Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by M4A1, Aug 13, 2004.
Stolen from the M5 board so it's a repost for some of you
Despite the fact that I find the previous version much more attractive, the German horsepower wars are going to bring us some ridiculously sweet cars. The fact that the Americans want in on the action (CTS-V and SRT-8) just gives us, the consumers, more reason to jump for joy.
I'm wondering if that design will eventually grow on me.
i live in germany and I've seen that thing already...looks tight as fuck imho
those wheels are going to be a bitch to clean
Gerni High pressure water cleaners rock
The trunk is hedious looks like it's open. The whole rear
not as attractive as the e39 but i'd take an e60 over an e39 anytime....e39 design is showing its age
That shit makes me constipated.
Doesnt look to bad
The test is will girls drop them drawers if I am driving that car.
I didn't think it would happen, but the design is already growing on me..
I've seen the design for quite a while now and it still has not grown on me.
Outside styling = shit
Everything else = hotness
I'll take a silver one
I'm jocking the following cars as possible future CuriousGeorge rides in this order:
*Late model Porsche 911 (preferably turbo)
Bear in mind that I plan to keep the current beast for at least another 1-2 years
Still fucking ugly.
e39 > e60 ....as far as looks go, but damn does the e60 have balls. eventually these bangle designs will grow on me.
bmw designs are sucking ass. chris bangle is going to hell for that.
looks like wrx taillights
do they offer anymore 6spd?
I always liked the fact that the German luxury manufacturers always stuck with a very conservative design. It made them very distinct.
That's it? You mean, the all glorious BMW M5 is just another 5 series sedan? Wow, big step backwards BMW. This isn't the same car it replaced. the E60 M5=crap. It's a shame BMW would put this in just another body to come off the line.
Power washers won't make ignorant owners clean the wheels. And won't stop break dust that is inevitable on all cars, but more-so on BMW's and the like.