Although no photo or information is available yet, BMW announced this week that a new M is coming to its lineup. The legacy of the M started in 1985 with the M1 supercar. Since then, we have seen impressive examples from the M3, M5 and M6 hit the market. Get ready as the new X6 M makes its debut this weekend which is rumored to use a new engine, drivetrain and suspension. According to BMW, it will be the world's first Sports Activity Coupe into an M product.Also at the New York International Auto Show, BMW plans to showcase its new Z4 roadster and fifth-generation 7-Series.The show is scheduled to take place April 10-19. For more information, visit www.autoshowny.com