Seriously doubt this: we already know what a 450hp lightweight M3 can do straight line and on multiple tracks (CRT and GTS) and we know what the new M5 can do (and the M3 will not be made faster than that). Expect the car to be an impovement vs current gen performance-wise, albeit more incremental than revolutionary.
Originally Posted by benzy89
. Now you're ripping out stats on it: Whatever BMW does, the next M3 will deliver & demolish the E92.