The first BMW M5, based on the E28 5 Series, made its debut at Amsterdam Motor Show in February 1984. It was the product of demand for an automobile with the carrying capacity of a sedan, but the overall performance … Continue reading
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In celebration of their 30 Birthday M1 range, BMW quietly unveiled a concept study that pays tribute to the original M1 and shows what could be possible if BMW were to produce a new mid-engined sports car. via Autoblog