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      06-02-2017, 11:20 PM   #64
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Originally Posted by dailym3 View Post
Conceptually I understand where you are coming from, but at some point, maybe around the E46 time frame, the word better became blurred I think. There's a point where physical limits come into play. Like the limits of tires and public roadways and normal driver's capabilities. I'm not asking for a spec racer. I love the dual capability of an M car, I just don't need seat massagers, fragrance wafters, gesture controls, and all the nonsense that somehow BMW thinks we can't live without. I'll give them 50hp back for 500 pounds. And I'll give them their tech options for $10k. I'll still have a very comfortable street car that's more reliable, costs less, and is still more fun to drive. And no, I don't want the car to drive for me either
yeah, I hear ya, and given that, I'd say you don't want an M4, maybe the CS, cause the M4 is always going to be mass market ... which is why I think the next one is going to have M xDrive, but my theory is probably getting ahead of reality.

but you read it here first: the next M4 will have M xDrive.

Either that or it won't, but I'm POSITIVE it'll be one of the two.
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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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