After BMW’s M3 M5 was revealed, there was an avalanche of press coverage about the M4 and the BMW M4’s new M Performance package.
That package includes a new, longer, sportier engine, upgraded suspension, and a new gearbox.
BMW has also improved the M Performance, but it isn’t really clear what those upgrades are or how they will impact the M M3.
We’re curious to see what changes BMW will make to the M8 to see if they have an impact on the M 4’s performance.
But the M 3 was released last year, and we don’t know if BMW will be able to keep up with demand and push out a new M3 every six months.
BMW’s first attempt to address this issue was to just push the M2 forward with a M Performance Package.
This was supposed to bring a few more horsepower to the new M 3, but a lot of performance lost, including a lot more rear-wheel drive.
We don’t really know if the M 2s M Performance upgrade will help BMW’s next M4 or not.
BMW will need to do some serious marketing to convince people to buy a M3 that’s more than just a M2.
BMW is still struggling to get people to take the M-Class back to its roots and embrace the M in a more mainstream way.