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BMW’s M series cars have long been garlanded with praise for their performance, looks and practicality. In fact, the M3 in particular is often listed as the “best car in the world” – although such judgements are always subjective according to taste. One thing that is always constant in the M-Series is their relatively understated appearance. While BMWs have become a little more outré in appearance over the last few years (courtesy of Chris Bangle’s controversial “Flame Surfacing” philosophy) the M-Series cars are remarkably restrained in appearance compared to the regular cars – which perhaps goes some way towards explaining BMW’s steady evolution to becoming a truly mass-market brand rather than a purely premium player.
The upcoming M3 and M4 retain this philosophy – as can be seen in the newly revealed shots below.