Thanks John I didn't realise it was that far away from hitting Australian shores because I've been reading some reports with speculations of it having a bi-turbo or tri-burbo with about 450hp. Having read the reports and motor journalist insights I have always thought it was only about a year away from release (2014).
100% it won't be under $160k. Hands down the E92 M3 has always been crowd pleaser and the one to have especially in comparison to the barbaric C63 that can't even stay in a straight line on the track whereas the M3 handles it with ease. Undoubtedbly the M3 IMO has always been a sublime track car when it comes to performance handling and engineering at a decent price tag in comparison to say the Porsche GT3 RS 4.0