BMW M Series
According to M division’s CEO Frank van Meel, rear-wheel drive would always remain the default configuration for M cars, but an all-wheel-drive option was inevitable.
It will have to be rear-biased and will be different than xDrive and it will still send power to all 4 wheels.
Traction control, stability control, and torque vectoring technology have improved drastically over the years.
The X5 M use all-wheel drive, but for now, its sedans have traditionally done without.
Frank confirmed that the next generation BMW M5 will stick with rear-wheel drive.
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