Resch noted that the BMW iX M60 is expected to have the same DNA duality as a real M vehicle, with plenty of performance but also a decent suspension and everyday drivability. While Horatiu didn’t feel that way while driving it, he was impressed by its performance.
However, the BMW iX M60 was not the only automobile Resch mentioned. Following the tease of a performance version of the impending all-electric i7, Resch said that it would be dubbed the BMW i7 M70 and will carry a big punch.
Resch also talks about the impending BMW M3 Touring, which, although not electric, is perhaps the most anticipated M vehicle in the pipeline. He also discusses how the M3 Touring came to be, since BMW devotees had been requesting it for decades. So what’s the point today, with this generation? Resch discusses this, as well as how BMW M received approval for it.
Resch also mentions the new M3 and M4 50 Jahre versions, which bring back some of the most famous M hues from the brand’s history. Colors that are no longer available, such as Cinnabar Red and Techno Violet.
If you want to know what BMW M is up to, where it’s headed, and what its future will look like, watch this video and listen to Timo Resch.