Not even BMW’s legendary M division is exempt from the industry trend of downsizing engines – at least, in terms of capacity and cylinder count, as output levels continue to rise. For the M5 and M6, BMW replaced the old V10 with a twin-turbo V8, and for the upcoming M3, it’s ditching the V8 for a forced-induction six. So what’s next for Munich’s performance department? A downsized 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine is a possibility, according to the latest report.

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