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BMW Plans 26 'M' Cars By End of 2020

According to Autocar, the German manufacturer is planning the additional models -
consisting of new and revised vehicles, including 11 full M models and 15 softer M Performance cars. BMW M chief Frank van Meel told Autocar.

“We are looking at all BMW models to see if we can make an M or M Performance model out of them, although there must be sufficiently large customer demand before we commit.”

Should every model have an 'M' option? Does a BMW potential X3M really make sense? Let us know your thoughts below!

Source: Motor Trend via Autocar
Old 12-08-2017, 11:01 AM
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Did the president pick the color - not partial to gold any more and the front body section - ahead of the wheel / air dam --- looks unfinished - just a stub.

I'm sure the performance is awesome but can he burn 87 octaine and get 30 mpg like me.

Who is the market ?

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