If this is true, I have to say that BMW totally lost its way. They chose to develop some cars that can make more money instead of building more "the Ultimate Driving Machine". They chose not to develop an M super car for, well, I don't know what reason. A super car can make the car enthusiasts happy and yet, at the same time, better brand image. It will bring a lot more customers than those crappy things imo. BMW doesn't want to build the Ultimate Driving Machine anymore, but Ultimate Profitable Product.
Well, I hope Scott is wrong. At least I hope this is not coming true. Maybe 2012 is really the end of the world. The end of Bavarian Auto...