Mercedes has unveiled its Project One , this famous AMG supercar that could quickly become the world’s most powerful car. For its part, Audi could well embark on the development of an authentic supercar in a few years.
But at BMW , we do not even have a real supersport to compete with the Audi R8 or the AMG GT. And the supercar, it’s not for the brand at the helix.
Frank Van Meel, the director of BMW M, has just told Australian reporters Car Advice. According to him, BMW has no interest in spending a lot of money to develop a supercar that would only be sold to 200 people worldwide. He prefers, rather than a single flagship, “to offer many sports versions of BMW models to reach many more customers.” In short, it will probably have to wait a long time before discovering a BMW supercar.