The latest instalment of Paramount Pictures’ and Skydance Media’s legendary action film franchise, “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” features the new BMW M5, along with other stunning and classic BMW vehicles.
Since 2011 BMW have been a partner of the iconic film series, and in the upcoming film the team of agents are reinforced by the new BMW M5 and a number of other BMW models, including the classic 1986 E28 BMW 5 Series Saloon, the BMW 7 Series Saloon and the BMW R NineT Scrambler.
Styled with characteristic BMW M Performance Accessories, such as a black kidney grille and carbon-fibre mirror caps, the BMW M5 makes an impressive appearance. With its powerful 4.4-litre V8 biturbo engine with TwinPower Turbo technology and the newly-developed high-performance M xDrive all-wheel drive, the BMW M5 makes sure that Cruise’s Ethan Hunt always has the best possible traction and superior driving dynamics to keep him ahead of his enemies.
The BMW R NineT Scrambler can also be seen in several key scenes, performing daring high speed manoeuvres in a wild chase through Paris. However, the classic 1986 E28 BMW 5 Series Saloon also makes a major appearance in a very memorable high-octane scene, and has definitely caught the attention of many viewers.
“BMW and ‘Mission: Impossible’ are a perfect fit. We are proud of our long-running partnership with Paramount Pictures and that our powerful cars and motorcycles have been able to enhance this iconic film series time and again. For exciting chases, you need cars with impressive driving dynamics and handling,” said Uwe Dreher, head of Brand Communications BMW, BMW M, BMW i. “This provides the ideal stage for our most dynamic business athlete: the BMW M5.”
“We are excited to welcome BMW back as a partner on ‘Mission: Impossible Fallout,’” said Irene Trachtenberg, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Partnerships, Paramount Pictures. “Our partnership with BMW provides a global platform to reach Mission: Impossible movie fans around the world and leverage our mutual passion for technological innovation, high octane action and compelling storytelling.”
Previous "Mission: Impossible" films have a history with BMW and the advanced technologies used to create a legendary spy movie.
"Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" saw the BMW i Vision Dynamics concept vehicle, which we now know as the revolutionary BMW i8 and technologies such as BMW Head-Up Display and Active Pedestrian Detection. In 2015, "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" featured the BMW M3 which pulled off one of the most spectacular driving stunt in film history, to this day.