Originally Posted by BMWFB02
Can't wait to see it blowing every car in its category off like the current M3 did and still doing.
The only reason the M3/M4 would "blow" every car in its category would be because of its weight advantage and its torque for the lazy driver. Otherwise the next IS-F/RC-F is shapping up to be the "M3". It's only weakness will be the weight. But it is likely to retain its NA 5.0l V8.