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There's no denying that the 2012 BMW M5 probably deserves a higher spot on our Frankfurt Auto Show Top 10 list, but here it is anyway. Maybe it's that we all knew several months ago that it would have a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 and make 562-hp that made its "official" reveal less captivating than it otherwise could have been. Still, don't let the 10th place spot make you believe we think any less of what is likely to be crowned as the world's highest performance sedan. After all, the M5 delivers the sort of performance you only expect to see in a concept car. But this is one very real machine.

See the rest of the top 10 car after the jump:

More: Top 10 Cars of the Frankfurt Auto Show on AutoGuide.com
 

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BMW has always impressed the industry with it's M series vehicles, especially the M5. From the E34 M5 to the E39 M5 even the E60 M5 was a industry best. BMW keeps raising the bar.

But I feel 2012 is a year for Scion to shine with it's FR-S, nothing like a M5, but it's a start!
 
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