BMW likely to start downsizing engines on M-cars
As gas prices continue to climb and revised CO2 and fuel consumption regulations hover on the horizon, BMW looks set to join the likes of Volkswagen, Ford and others as displacements and cylinder counts are reduced. BMW has already introduced turbocharged four, six and eight cylinder engines in recent models and these engines, combined with reductions in mass, are likely to result in both increased performance and efficiency in the next generation models from the M division.
[Source: Auto Motor und Sport via Autoblog and TTAC]
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