BMW's M division has changed a lot over the years, but is it for better or for worse? From the E28 to the F10, from naturally aspirated inline-sixes to twin-turbo V8s, from sedans and coupes to SUVs, from pure M cars to M Sport models, the evolution has been constant.
So we'd like to know, from you, BMW owners, if you think the M brand has lost its way.
We (AutoGuide.com) are working on a story and we want to compare what real BMW owners and enthusiasts think, plus we'll also be running a poll on AutoGuide to see what the average consumer thinks.
Let us know and feel free to comment too.