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 |  Sep 03 2014, 1:11 PM


The BMW M2 is on its way, as testing on the Nürburgring has begun.

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 |  May 08 2014, 3:00 PM

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Rumors have been swirling about BMW  working on a proper M2, and now our spy photographers have spotted the German brand testing the new small sports car. 

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 |  Apr 30 2014, 2:53 PM


BMW did something awful when it stopped building the 1M Coupe, but the rudeboy of a little coupe could be coming back soon… in spirit.

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 |  Jan 22 2014, 7:02 AM

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A true successor to the BMW 1 Series M Coupe is rumored to be on sale by 2016, heavily influenced by technology found in the new M3 and M4 models.

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 |  Dec 23 2012, 5:29 PM

The BMW 1 Series M Coupe will be remembered as an amazing sports car despite being rushed through its development. Its successor however, will be built the way BMW wants a M coupe to be built.

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 |  Jun 03 2012, 5:25 PM

It looks like the BMW M7 won’t be the only model appearing in the German automaker’s bright future. Recent trademark filings reveal that BMW might have a few more models in the works.

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 |  Jun 02 2011, 6:59 AM


BMW has filed “M2″ and “BMW M2″ trademarks recently, indicating the German automaker is considering the badge seriously enough to make moves to protect the use of the name.

According to reports, the German automaker is considering launching a 2-Series lineup that will consist of a 2-Series Coupe and convertible as well as an M version, the BMW M2. The 2-Series is likely to be the next generation 1-series coupe and convertible, but renamed as the 2-series.

As for what will become of the 1 Series badge, it will live on but only for more economy-minded front-drive BMW models that will share a platform with the upcoming next-gen MINIs.

[Source: f20 Addicts]