It’s a sign of the times that BMW chose an SUV as the model to commemorate 50 years of M cars.

High-performance SUVs are all the rage these days but not everyone’s happy about a bloated, heavy sports car on stilts celebrating a BMW dynasty that gave us iconic “sheer driving pleasure” machines like the M3, M2 and that mid-engined beauty, the M1...

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