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      10-22-2011, 06:25 PM   #7

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But there in is the issue, If BMW seeks to make a seperate M4 rather than than M3 sedan/coupe how will BMW seperate the two? I see the M2 being the lighter M, while the M4 leans towards GT/Sport. With that, trying to command a higher price. Since the M6 has grown into a more executive type heavier/longer GT/touring the M4 moves up a little. Having said that BMW must offer reasons to justify a more exspensive M4. Thus I speculate they will offer a more powerful M4 engine and other goodies.