BMW M Family Will Get New Models

BMW M | March 16th, 2016 by 5
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March 16th marks a big day in BMW’s historical calendar. At the Annual Accounts Press Conference, BMW announced their future plans extending past 2020 which …

March 16th marks a big day in BMW’s historical calendar. At the Annual Accounts Press Conference, BMW announced their future plans extending past 2020 which includes a shift towards digital, premium products and services for individual mobility, and Project i 2.0. BMW also reaffirmed their commitment to building performance cars by announcing the expansion of the M family.

The BMW M1 from 1978 paved the road for some of the most iconic vehicles ever from the firm’s M Division. Now, almost 40 years after the original ‘M’ was introduced, the German manufacturer has a wide portfolio of M vehicles in its lineup, but it won’t stop here.

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A Further expansion of the M product range is already being planned, says Harald Krüger, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG. Furthermore, BMW intends “to expand its range of powerful M Performance models within the higher volume segments, with a view to capitalizing on the growth and earnings potential of the BMW M brand.”

No further details have been given, but at a first glance we’re assuming that new variants of the M2 and M4 are in works, an X3 M and X4 M, as well as future M Performance Models across all series cars and SUVs.

The latest addition to the M family is the M2 Coupe, which reminded enthusiasts of the original E30 M3.

5 responses to “BMW M Family Will Get New Models”

  1. Icebreakerr says:

    Z5M and M supercar

  2. seancorr says:

    Making a M125i and M330i would be a good choice.

    • Mohammad Bobat says:

      M330i would be a great addition. M125i why. we’ve got the M135i. Bring on the 1m to be like the m2 and the m235i. then add the ‘baby m’ across the whole range such as the m435i, m535i/ m550i, and get rid of these 40i/ d model designations and bring back the 35i/d

  3. Chris says:

    M supercar will never happen. Hey it’s BMW.

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