Originally Posted by aajami
How do you figure that the 1M wasn't a sales success? It sold out in every market it was offered, and asking prices for the few used models out there top out at the original sticker price.
They sold about 60 "baby M's" a month in the US,comparr that to about 750 E9X M3's a month (around 9,000 units a year) in the US.
BMW built slightly less 1M's than the already low demands/orders. If you cut the production of the M3 by 20% or so in his first year based on demands and stop production for the next year,i think the E9X M3 will go for $10-15k over msrp.