Originally Posted by bdardashti
While I agree with you, I think the article is trying to say that some drivers like to have the low-end and mid-range power, because that's what they're most likely to use in everyday driving scenarios.
I don't think it means that those people won't necessarily like high-end power.
Yes that's exactly what the article is trying to say.....the 370lb-ft overboost on the 335is happens at low rpm's....so the vicious power thrust is easily attainable for everyday driving....the M3 needs to be let loose on the highways to experience it's full power delivery.
The article didn't really reveal anything terribly new or exciting....only driving this beast yourself tells the full story.