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      09-09-2017, 03:52 PM   #125
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Originally Posted by dmk08 View Post
So they are going to make it light and give it a good engine? I thought that was just happening for the special edition CS.
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Originally Posted by nicknaz View Post
If there was a more meaningful weight savings (e.g. 3000lbcar) and s55 that would be interesting as a toy
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Originally Posted by kyrix1st View Post
M2 CS probably is in M4 price range, which most people would just say "I'm gonna go buy M4" due to said factors.
My thought is the M2 CS will be the light and looney track special, the M2 will be the more track oriented dual-duty, and the M3/4 will be the GT with AWD, ZF transmission, etc, with the M5 being the autobahn rocket.

In short, we should all get used to the M3/4 being a GT car and stop with "m has lost their way" stuff while watching M ship record numbers of cars and release new models. M's "way" is what the bulk of dual-duty buyers want, not what the trackrat niche wants.

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I'm an 80s fan

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I thought the next M4 was going to be a flying car powered by bloomin' onions and a teaspoon of mayonnaise. At least that's what I read on the internet @ BimmerPoop.org.

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