Our sister-magazine BimmerToday just completed their review of the 2010 BMW 535i GT.  The detailed driving report will be published on here as well, but in the mean time, a video of the speed tachometer  gives us some numbers that would make any North American driver very jealous.

BimmerToday took the 535i GT to the autobahn and the top speed was recorded at 250 km/h, the cut off point for this vehicle. The 535i GT is powered by the N55 engine, a twin-scroll turbocharged unit. The 2,979cc six-cylinder powerplant features for the first time High Precision Injection and variable VALVETRONIC

The car produces 306 horsepower @ 5,800 rpm and 295 lb-ft of torque available from just 1,200 rpm. Sixty mph arrives in an estimated 6.3 seconds and speed wise it tops at 155 mph.
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In the video you can see an acceleration maneuver from 100 to 200 km / h and from 60 km / h electronically limited top speed of up to 250 km / h.