With a new-generation lineup and new technology, BMW’s upcoming sports cars will compete with the likes of Porsche, Lamborghinis and other sports cars in 2018.
The new BMW M5 and M5E i3 and the M3 coupe will be competing in the sports car segment, as will the new M3 and M4, the latter of which is also rumored to be a convertible.
The Porsche Cayennes entry in the luxury car segment will also be a new model.
While the new BMW i3 cougar will be a sedan, the new Porsche Cayuan coupe and the Porsche Cayman coupe are a crossover with a sporty stance.
The BMW M6 and M6E coupe, the third generation of the new lineup, will be powered by the 1.4-liter turbocharged inline-four engine, with a top speed of 215 mph and a range of nearly 200 miles.
BMW is expected to unveil the new generation of its new premium sports cars at the Munich Auto Show, which is scheduled for June 2-3.
The 2018 BMW i8, BMW i9 and BMW iDrive crossover models are rumored to feature a new front-wheel drive setup, and the upcoming BMW M10, BMW M11, BMW X6 and BMW X8 sedan are rumored for a six-cylinder inline-six.