According to Car & Driver, BMW will launch the production of a high-performance M version of the new BMW 4-Series in about a year and a half from now. Could this be the end of the M3?

Fortunately for performance enthusiasts, it will probably not be the case, as the legendary BMW M3 will continue to be offered alongside the M4.

We should expect a turbocharged version of the six-cylinder engine to power the M3 and M4, while the manual gearbox – currently available only in North America dor the bigger, current generation M5 – would be abandoned in favor of an automatic dual clutch tranny.

Source: Car&Driver

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