Tom Cruise drives the doorless BMW M5 On Mission Impossible 7...

BMW has been a partner in the Mission: Impossible film franchise since 2011, when we saw the i8 Concept in a cameo Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. This partnership continued until the sixth installation of the film, the Mission: Impossible – Falloutwhere Ethan Hunt drove a BMW M5.

For the seventh time, BMW appears to be continuing its collaboration with the action-packed film based on this footage uploaded to YouTube by SupercarsNews. You can watch the video attached to this story.

While the not-so-good resolution of the footage didn’t reveal whether Hunt was driving a 5 Series or an M5, with a single glance you can capture the rear diffuser and four exhaust pipes, which suggests it’s the latter. What is clear is that the scene was filmed in the narrow streets of Rome so that the lucky Bimmer could play around during the police chase.

We’re not sure if it’s actually a behind-the-wheel cruise that does the stunts. However, given the thumbnail that comes with the footage and the fact that he has historically been conducting his own chases in previous Mission: Impossible films, this is not far-fetched.

And one more thing. Did you notice the camera chasing vehicles? Well, it’s a Nissan GT-R, while the original appears to be a first-generation Porsche Cayenne – both in black and modified for some camera work. Pretty cool.

Mission: Impossible 7 is slated to hit theaters on November 19, 2021. A direct sequel will be released around the same month the following year. It was originally scheduled to be released on July 23, 2021 but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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