This would be BMW's middle finger to anyone and everyone who has ever had a HPFP problem.
What a strategy to reconcile your base consumers. The naturally aspirated M3 was practically the only solid performance car in BMW's whole e9x series.
Imagine all the N54/55 problems, now throughout whole line-up, bar none.
"... but really, you just gotta ... you just gotta turn it all off, boys! You gotta turn it all off and you gotta wreck some tires! That's what M cars are all about, isn't it?"
-Chris Harris on the f80 M3
Last edited by Falafel Combo; 07-12-2011 at 07:41 AM.