In North America and Europe, SUVs have become more popular, and chauffeur-driven limos are as hot as the weather can be in China. This is all detracting from sports car sales.

Most don’t consider a BMW a potent rally weapon due to the lack of all-wheel drive, but as shown by the video, a rear-wheel-drive BMW can be a force to be reckoned with. If you don’t believe me, watch and be sure to catch your jaw as it falls.

Just off their DTM Championship victory, BMW announced that it would release two special-edition cars that commemorate the company’s 2014 Championship win.

According to Automobile Magazine, BMW is developing a performance version of the i8 potentially dubbed the i8S, although it may be called the Mi8 or i8M to keep with BMW’s performance tradition.

The BMW M2 will be a standalone car that is fully developed by the M Performance Division. If rumors are to be trusted, it might only come with a manual transmission.