Originally Posted by 435i
Artificial sounds i'm not a fan of especially when you're paying six figures for a vehicle. I wish they would utilize the "Sound Sympose" fords using for their focus ST. At least with that you're taking actual engine acoustics.
Interesting you mentioned the Focus ST as I just purchased one to use as a commuter car. The sound symposer system sounds good, but IMO it's not implemented as well as active sound in my M6. For example, in the ST if you slowly accelerate pass 3,000 RPM you can clearly hear the symposer activating similar to valved exhaust systems. I've never been able to clearly hear active sound coming on in the M6 so it's difficult for me to differentiate what's actually coming from the engine bay and what's coming from the speakers.