Rumor has it that BMW will unveil the next-gen M3, M4 Coupe and M4 Convertible in late 2020.
The 2021 BMW M3 will also be offered with all-wheel drive and a traditional automatic transmission too.
The front bumper mimics BMW’s sports sedan, but the wheels scream Bentley; quite an odd combination.
Reportedly due in 2021, BMW M’s standalone model will likely get some kind of electrification.
BMW will build 400 M8 Gran Coupe First Edition models, all featuring concept-inspired styling tweaks.
Marc Marquez has won the BMW M Award for the fastest qualifying rider for the seventh year in a row.
The M8 Gran Coupe makes up for well over 40 percent of BMW’s M8 daily production.
Both versions of the X8 would be plug-in hybrids, with the M being focuses on performance.
With 301 HP and AWD, the M235i Gran Coupe promises to be a capable small sports sedan.
BMW has no less than four new models to debut at this year’s LA Show.
The BMW X3 M Competition is powered by a 503 HP twin turbo 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine.
The BMW M2 CS Racing starts at 95,000 euros, or $105k at current exchange rates.