Now is your chance to own probably the only BMW M5 in the world powered by an engine taken straight out of a Toyota Supra.

Now is your chance to own probably the only BMW M5 in the world powered by an engine taken straight out of a Toyota Supra.

Owned and modified by Ed Mui, the M5 (E39) sedan is a 2001 model year with an anthracite exterior color and 98,000 miles (157,715 km) on the odometer. Nothing out of the ordinary about this car until you found out the original naturally-aspirated V8 4.9-liter engine was removed and replaced instead with a JDM-spec 2JZ-GTE from a Toyota Supra.

The engine has a Garrett GT35R single turbo, HKS 264 cams and a Hydra Standalone ECU tweaked by Justin Nenni from Tuning Concepts. As a result of these upgrades, the car puts out 500 rwhp via a six-speed Getrag V160 taken from a twin-turbo fourth-gen Toyota Supra. Other changes include KW V3 coilovers, a custom driveshaft and 19-inch Varrstoen ES2 wheels.

The owner has decided to sell the car and he is asking 22,000 USD  for it on Bimmerforums.

A full data sheet of the car along with additional info can be found at the source link below.

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Toyota Supra-powered BMW M5 (E39) costs 22,000 USD [video]