We wouldn’t want to offend regular BMWs, but lets be honest their most exciting models are a direct result of the involvement of the M-Division. In today’s episode we would like to show you the coolest M-derived Sports Cars of the German brand that will be hitting the market in 2023 and 2024. We have got new coupes, convertibles, sedans, station wagons and the latest high-performance SUVs that didn’t make it to the last week’s video about BMW crossovers.
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#1 2023 BMW M2
The second generation M2 sports car has managed to retain its classic grille, pleasing the fans of traditional BMW design. The latest version of the vehicle is 2 inches wider and 4 inches longer, and it rides on 19 or 20 inch wheels fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires.
#2 2024 BMW M3 CS
2024 BMW M3 CS is a limited production version of the 3 series performance flagship: it seats 5 and has 4 doors, but feels right at home, when driving on track.
#3 2024 BMW 3.0 CSL
2024 BMW 3.0 CSL is modeled after the 1972 homologation special coupe and it is brought to the market to celebrate the 50the anniversary of the M Division.
#4 2023 BMW Z4
BMW has given its 2023 BMW Z4 convertible a mid-generation refresh, which includes some exterior styling tweaks, a standard M Sport package, and new M Light alloy wheels in 18 or 19 inches.
#5 2023 BMW Concept Car ‘i Vision Dee’
2023 BMW Concept Car ‘i Vision Dee’ features the new generation of the BMW E-ink technology and gets a huge, pillar-to-pillar HUD with 5 levels of digital assist.
#6 2023 BMW M3 Touring
For the first time ever, the popular BMW M3 lineup is getting a station wagon variant that stays true to the M racing DNA. This BMW M3 Touring estate is larger than the regular 3-Series wagon and offers heavy M-Division modifications.
#7 BMW M Hybrid V8
BMW has teamed up with Dallara to create a prototype race car that marks the automaker’s return to top-tier racing and celebrates its rich motorsports history. The BMW M Hybrid V8 is designed to compete in the Le Mans Daytona H class.
#8 2023 BMW 760e xDrive
The latest iteration of the BMW 7 Series comes with various powertrain options, including a performance-oriented plug-in hybrid model. Set to release in the spring of 2023, the M760e is the first PHEV to receive the M badge.
#9 BMW X5M and X6M
BMW has introduced a mid-cycle refresh for its X5 M and X6 M SUVs, marking the first time the automaker’s highest-performance vehicles have adopted a 48-volt hybrid electric system. The SUVs are only available in Competition guise, with a heavily revised twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 engine.