Scott, are you saying that an M3 GT is a good possbility, then? What about an M5 GT as well?
Also, given those artist renderings, it seems to me that the 3 Series GT will end up looking a lot more like a 3 series sedan, but with a hatchback added (and a longer wheelbase, as you had mentioned before). This is a very good thing - much preferred over the rather upright and oddly polarizing looks of the current 5 Series GT.
All of this though, is secondary to what we really want - a 3 series Gran Coupe, and of course an M version to got with it. How are the prospects on these?
Originally Posted by SCOTT26
The 3er GT will showcase lessons learned with the 5er GT.
3er GT is much lower and sleeker than the 5er GT.
The brief for the 3er follows the same as the 5er GT travelling in style but add the word (fast!) for the 3er.