BMW has announced that it has built the last M5 of the current model run.
Known internally as the E60, the current car debuted in 2005 as a 2006 model.
The car broke tradition by offering a 5.0-liter V-10 engine putting out 500 HP instead of the more traditional V-8.
Initially the current M5 only came with a seven-speed sequential manual gearbox, but BMW later added a six-speed manual mainly due to demand from the United States.
The next version of the M5 is expected to feature a turbo charged V-8, but that still car is still months away and expected to launch in 2011.
BMW built 19,523 M5 sedans in Dingolfing, Germany with a whopping 43 percent of them coming to America.
The British car show Top Gear was critical of the car calling it overly technical. Check out the Top Gear review below.