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If you don't live on a racetrack, the 2020 BMW M8 Competition might be just a bit too hardcore for most.
The limited-edition M4 CS is a formidable weekend track toy that can be daily driven.
If you're looking for a new sports coupe for serious driving, this should be at the top of your short list.
The big, powerful 8 Series is a return to form for great-driving BMW sports coupes.
If you want a convertible that's engaging to drive and able to carry three of your friends, look no further.
When it comes to driving dynamics, the BMW M4 is tops in the performance coupe class.
At the Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW debuts an open top version of its futuristic-looking i8 hybrid sports car, also adding driver assistance technologies and more power.
The BMW i8 is a mostly engaging ride from a unique hybrid powertrain, but those looking for flat-out speed should stick to old-fashioned petrol.
You can drive the new M2 to the track, flog it through the turns, and then drive it back home, like the civilized racer you are.
The 2015 i8 commands a very high price, but it is the most exotic car currently bearing the BMW badge and offers a dual personality between efficient electric and powerful sport driving.
With excellent power and handling, the 2015 BMW M4 makes for an intense ride on backroads and will really shine on the track, but it falls short on comfort for day-to-day transportation.
The 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe requires real skill to enjoy the extent of its capabilities, but its performance is exhilarating, while advanced cabin electronics help the driver under more sedate driving conditions.
The 2013 BMW 320i is a more accessible 3 Series, with driving dynamics similar to its more powerful siblings. However, techies will want to look further up the line for gadgets.
The most affordable BMW model, the 1-Series, finally gets its own M-badged sports version with 250kW and 450Nm of tyre-frying raging under the bonnet.