BMW has, for the last 5 or so years, been on a campaign to up the ante and make more horsepower, with larger engines replacing the traditional high-revving, often turbo or supercharged engines.
Now, though, BMW seems to be returningto form, with V8s coming back where V10s had been used, and inline 6s coming back in lieu of the V8s that have gone into more modern M3s. But with this redesign, will the German car legend begin to go in a new direction with the styling of the new M3? With the X6, 5 Series GT, and the X4, BMW has shown that they like the hatchback design, and it might make sense for the car moving forward, to distinguish it from older M3 sedans.
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– By: Zain Haq