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      01-16-2013, 03:50 PM   #23
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Have any pictures appeared yet from the Arctic Circle?
Not yet. That is why you must develop patience.
Haha, not that much patience.

At least you were right, this time. But not right on the color however.

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Fuk the M5! This is going to be the shieet!
I hope so.

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The stance is aggressive.
Yes lovely. Back to E46 syle.

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Am I the only one who lost interest in M3 because of M4?
Yes as M3 Sedan < M4 GranCoupé. But the wait is long, at the extra price is even larger (well, below M4 Convertible).

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What annoys me here is that in the 4th picture it's pretty obvious that they have 4 piston callipers at the back but the M5/6 still have the horrible looking (although technically sufficient) single piston jobs... time for BMW to get their sh*t together!
M5/M6 owners must be pissed, so as future M3 owners that won't have full-LED lights like M4s are going to have (hopefully).
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Am I the only one who is not really excited about the body so far. It looks exactly like an F30 with different wheels/breaks. The side mirrors are lame. I hope after all the camouflage is off will see something different.
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Am I the only one who is not really excited about the body so far. It looks exactly like an F30 with different wheels/breaks. The side mirrors are lame. I hope after all the camouflage is off will see something different.
I agree

also I'm sure this car will have the updated angel eyes, but why do they look yellow? Photo lighting?
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Am I the only one who is not really excited about the body so far. It looks exactly like an F30 with different wheels/breaks. The side mirrors are lame. I hope after all the camouflage is off will see something different.
I agree

also I'm sure this car will have the updated angel eyes, but why do they look yellow? Photo lighting?
It would be really ridiculous if they left them halogen like they did with all the 2013 M coupes and convertibles despite changing them to LED on all the 2013 series E92 and E93.
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Can the M5 be fitted with ceramics yet or is there still a wait/delay? LOL
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Guessing $5k+. Also based on the experiences of the P-car guys not sure I'll want them (though the gold calipers look great.)
more like $12k-$15k
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wow, carbon ceramic brakes?!?! Sounds like expensive overkill to me, then again, rotational wt. savings could be significant.....
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Can't wait to see it shed more camo. Looks good so far.
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      01-16-2013, 04:15 PM   #32
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Carbo-ceramic brakes .

This should be a great option for track use .

I just hope they will make it affordable (relatively that is).
Should be awesome esp with a target weight of the e46. Does that mean the m2 target weight will be e30/36? Wow.

//M is always above and beyond. And getting to finally be able to afford one soon will be just awesome. Ive been longing one since my childhood dammit! You current m owners are so lucky!
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It would be really ridiculous if they left them halogen like they did with all the 2013 M coupes and convertibles despite changing them to LED on all the 2013 series E92 and E93.
Guys c'mon. Of course they are LED. It's the white balance of the photo. If you take a picture of an F30 in the snow, the LEDs are going to look yellow like that too.
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Welp, looks like the new M3/M4 can possibly run up to $100k if you tack on these brakes lmao.

Oh well, I'm sure it'll come in handy for track gurus and for people who buy them just so they can say they have carbon ceramic brakes.
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Is it just me or the the trunk look slightly different?
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yummy!
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Is it just me or the the trunk look slightly different?
No your dead right. There is a never before seen spoiler/appendage attached to the deck lid. Good catch. Not sure if functional but its a new item never seen on previous F80 M3 spy shots. You can also see the Air Breather ah la the 4 Series Coupe in the going away shot. Someone should hire me to analyze these Spy Shots....... Thanks. PalBay
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Don't they use the floating caliper for the standard iron brakes? I think it's silly to compare an OEM carbon-ceramic BBK to the standard "money saving" iron-disc brake system.
Nope... go take a closer look, the carbon ceramic option uses the same one as the standard brakes but just painted gold, it's complete BS!!
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      01-16-2013, 05:52 PM   #39
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There goes another 10k out of my pocket
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Don't get me wrong, I'm extremely excited for this and can't wait for it to be announced officially. However, something looks "off" about it. I'm not sure what, but something just does.

I'd be getting the M4 anyways, and I'll probably wait for its LCI. A lot of things happening from now until then...
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Guessing $5k+. Also based on the experiences of the P-car guys not sure I'll want them (though the gold calipers look great.)
+1

Plus they can squeal during daily driving.
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      01-16-2013, 05:58 PM   #42
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is it because of the camouflage or the white color, whats up with the rear? it doesn't look aggressive at all..the change looks almost like that of the e36 M3 sedan, it looks like ILX rear
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Oh well, I'm sure it'll come in handy for track gurus and for people who buy them just so they can say they have carbon ceramic brakes.
A lot my track buddies want NA. They do not even have this car on their radar for track duty.
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Also based on the experiences of the P-car guys not sure I'll want them
Can you elaborate? I am curious...
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