Makes sense, but wouldn't one think that a M Sports package option would be offered with higher speeds with mixed performance tires? The German market gets the M Sport with M369 with mixed performance tires (2NE), but US market gets 2A8 instead. Same rim style.
I was told 2A8 can't be switched for 2NE, which is both M369 rims, but all-seaons vs performance.
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