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For the roughly 4.78329 readers out there who don't know that BMW's roundel logo is supposed to represent a spinning propeller, well, now you know. And as we learned from watching too many G.I. Joe cartoons, knowing is half the battle. Now what type of powerplant motivated prop planes during Bayrische Motoren Werke's aviatory heyday? (Is "aviatory" even a word? What the hell, why not?) If you answered "reciprocating internal combustion engines," pat yourself on the back and move ahead three spaces. So what happens when a V-10-powered M5 goes up against Airbus' latest jumbo jet? Head on over to The Car Connection and find out.

M5 Takes on A380 [The Car Connection]

Spy Photos: BMW M5 Touring at the 'Ring [Internal]