BMW has released a new set of photos showcasing the F90 M5 in an array of eye-catching colours. The four new colours – developed by BMW Individual – seen here are called Purple Silk, Java Green, Frozen Black and Ferrari Red. Yes, you didn’t read that wrong. There’s also the First Edition model finished in Frozen Dark Red Metallic, but that’s limited to just 400 units globally.

The selection of colours indicates the versatility of the Munich automaker’s personalisation arm, and the customisations go beyond skin deep. Buyers who wish to stand out of the crowd can choose their exact preferences, from paint colour to wheel design and interior upholstery. As far as we know, the sky is the limit, and the only limiting factor is perhaps the depths of your pocket.

To recap, the sixth-generation F90 M5 is beastly executive sedan that draws power from a 4.4 litre twin-turbo V8. The engine makes 600 hp from 5,600 to 6,700 rpm and a towering 750 Nm between 1,800 and 5,600 rpm, all of which are sent to four corners (for the first time) through an eight-speed M Steptronic automatic gearbox with Drivelogic.

To find out how it drives, read our take on the M5. You can also watch its incredible feat in setting the record for the world’s longest drift, including a mid-drift refuelling, which we think is a Hollywood-worthy stunt.