Originally Posted by RingMeister01
Turbo charging to gain more performance rather the naturally aspirated approach, is a hard reality. I agree as good as the new turbo engines are, there are certain characteristics of these engines (turbo lag and lack of sound) that cannot be over come. Statistically the new M3 or another future M car for that matter will be faster statistically but what of the driving experience?
To further your point, better statistics do not equate to more or equal "emotional" satisfaction when driving any car. Case in point, GT-R. On paper it should be the best thing since sliced bread, but many have walked away impressed but not "moved" - I think you know what I mean. But the M3 with its seemingly lower stats get people to defect from their 911s and GT-Rs, that says something.