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I do not think BMW is evolving the way they should. For 1, the 5 and 7 look extremely similar, although the 7 seems to look a lot more baller then sporty(imo) and the new 5 looks good, IF you give it some nice tint and possible some rims(imo), i think the rims that BMW is developing for their cars lookhorrible except for the extra $$ option ones.
I know the performance is still definetly BMW worthy, but i really feel that BMW is slacking in the design department, ofcourse the car is well built and designed nicely, but i think they did a crappy job in keeping that BMW style, they look to japanese to me and look to common unlike the older BMW's which you could spot almost anywhere.
the new E90, i though it was an Acura TL, it doesnt stand out, and that dissapoints me. E46 only went on for what... like 5 years? and the E39 for what...like 5? maybe...the E30 and E36 chassis cars went on for a lot longer and still had great sales.
I think that for the E46, instead of making a whole new line of cars, if they wanted to change it up a bit, i think they should have made the normal 3's move to a wider body and new lips and fenders to make it look closer to an M car or Aero package car, and then boost up the M3 in looks and performance rather then starting A WHOLE NEW FRIGGIN LINE OF CARS THAT LOOK aZn(no offence).
I hate: people who haven't died yet that I hate. L337 Co-Founding Assistant Executive Director Product Maker of Sunset Sig's Inc. 2000 BMW M Coupe - Dakar-II - S52 "You gotta fix the nut behind the wheel before you fix the bolts on the car"