‘M's rivals at AMG, the Mercedes-Benz performance division, are currently hard at work developing a couple of high-performance diesel models. Although 28% of all BMWs now are diesels, the M engineers deny that they are developing an M3 diesel. At least not for the short or medium term.’ Patience required. If you order a BMW AG M3 today, it won't be delivered until May 2002. The delay for delivery of an M5 is six months. Nobody could doubt the success — in both sales and critical terms ...
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