With the 2012 M5 now revealed in all its turbocharged glory, the auto tabloids have switched focus to the next-generation M3. While the V8 has long been rumored as dead, the latest reports indicated BMW will switch back to a straight-six engine, opting instead for turbochargers to make up the difference for the decreased displacement…. Continue Reading...
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