Getting a bit off-topic here, but I'm going to post this anyway. I posted these thoughts on another forum recently.........
I can remember when GT badging on a car (well, at least here in the UK) denoted, amongst other things, a higher-performance engine. It meant something! Cortina GT, Avenger GT, Escort GT, 1275GT, Viva GT etc, etc - all had better performance than other cars with that body style. And, of course, they had suspension tweeks, interior upgrades, in a lot of instances unique wheels.
Somewhere along the way, it got watered-down. The higher-performance engine got dropped but the cosmetics, and in some instances the suspension, remained. Does anyone bat an eyelid anymore? I certainly don't. As a lad, I can remember seeing a [insert model name here] GT and thinking "cool".
These days, I see the 2020s "sporty" variant - with its 20inch wheels, huge dummy scoops/vents, 4 huge fake chrome exhaust trims - and I want to throw-up.
An ///M badge on a 116d is just plain wrong.