The long-mooted electric BMW M3, arriving in 2027, will use "crazy" chassis control software in a bid to offer dynamic performance "far above" that of today's hot BMWs.
Confirmed by BMW development boss Frank Weber at a recent event, the electric M3 will be based on the firm's Neue Klasse [NK] platform – as previewed by a radical, eponymous concept of the same name at the recent Munich motor show – and will arrive shortly after the next-generation, electric BMW 3 Series.

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