Originally Posted by Evan135
I wonder what the significance of Scott saying the "obvious term" has been ruled out means? I think it might mean M1 as a "term". It is the obvious term to me.
He then says the question is what is the "obvious name as in name meaning a word like turbo or coupe or something else.
I think that this is a hint to the fact that the actual name will have the "M" in it as he has said before and an actual word? I may be making a big deal out of nothing....
The obvious term was ///M1, as they 'didn't bite the bullet'. There was a previous post saying that time is running out and they should 'bite the bullet' and call it ///M1.
The next obvious term to me is actually 1///M inline with X5///M and X6///M when the obvious term can't be used because of other cars although in that case, the two cars are Mazda and not a BMW.