The next generation of the popular BMW M3 sports coupe isn't expected to launch until late next year at the earliest, but we're already getting some key details that help give us an idea of what the new M3 might look like.
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BMW is already bringing the 2013 BMW X3 to dealerships, replete with a new four-cylinder engine replacing its base model non-turbo inline-six.
According to a recent report in Wards Auto, midsize cars and crossover utility vehicles will lead sales—Wards projects 60 percent—of all new and redesigned vehicles in 2013.
If you've ever wondered what a BMW-shaped bullet looks like, put down that classified ad for the E24 6 Series of the 1980s and watch this ad of the BMW M5 shooting out of a tunnel and into a porcelain apple.