One more month and another article about a BMW supercar. Since the M1 was brought to life in 1978, the BMW community is longing for another supercar that can compete with Ferrari, Lamborghini or McLaren. Over the years, many Supercar projects have been conceptually put together in Munich, none of which has survived the examination by the BMW Board.
According to many of our sources, sketches and even full-size concepts have been constantly submitted for consideration. and some of them were pretty spectacular. Unfortunately, the BMW Supercar was never brought to life due to numerous budget restrictions and investments in electric mobility.
"We're not working on supercars at the moment," says Flasch. "The idea of a super sports car, however, is of central importance to every BMW engineer, especially for M engineers. We constantly check it. I do not work on such a project, but check it. I would not rule it out.
The question now is whether the recently introduced Vision M Next could point the way for a true M super sports car, we have learned that the Vision M Next will go into production in early 2023, but it is unclear whether it will it will be an i8 replacement or a new model of M.
We are also not sure whether it is an M-super sports car using a plug-in hybrid technology or an all-electric drivetrain such as Regardless of the powertrain choice, BMW seeks to embed the M-DNA in the decision to build a suitable supercar so that the driving dynamics are fun.