When the M versions of the BMW X5 and X6 first appeared in 2009, they represented multiple heresies for the M brand: They used turbocharged engines, they had all-wheel drive, and they were—oh no!—sport-utility vehicles. Since then, BMW's M division has pretty much brushed aside notions of what does or doesn't constitute heresy. The new […]

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