In a new clip promoting the marketing gimmick M Town, we see for the first time the M Town Middle School, which of course is not an ordinary school. At the center of the curriculum are apparently the vehicles from Garching, whether being a history or an art class.

But in one respect, the teachers in BMW M Town also like to have a little fun: If the handwriting is too poor and factually unreadable, might not be the child’s fault, but rather his or her father’s, and his car. In this case, the pupil gets a ride home in the BMW M5 Competition with carbon ceramic brakes which might also contribute to the gibberish.

The M Division also uses a short clip to stage the new individual paint Macadamia Metallic. The dark brown, with its light gold flakes are reminiscent of the lighter Zanzibar Metallic, which we have seen some time ago on the M5 F90.

With its 625 hp and the all-wheel drive designed by M, the F90 M5 Competition accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, making it the fastest production BMW ever. How impressive the power of the sedan can be, you can also see in our driving report.

When it came to the market in Spring 2018, the all-new F90 BMW M5 was available with a wide range of exterior colors. US-specific ordering guides listed the following colors: Alpine White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Singapore Gray Metallic, Snapper Rocks Blue Metallic, Marina Bay Blue Metallic, Donington Grey Metallic and Bluestone Metallic.

Other special colors offered for an extra cost or through the BMW Individual Program include the Azurite Black Metallic, Champaign Quartz Metallic, Almadine Brown Metallic, Rhodonite Silver Metallic, Frozen Marina Bay Blue, Pure Metal Silver and Frozen Dark Silver.

More color options are likely to be offered as well as the new M5 advances into its lifecycle.