Originally Posted by stefan
Yeah I think that is a theme that is applied in a few areas with this car. It seems like there were two different design teams.. one that wanted a modern/youthful/sporty approach and one that wanted to preserve classic BMW heritage. Mash it all up and you get an F10/E9x mixed rear end with a Z4 front end, with a driver-centric dash with boy-racer accents. My head hurts.
I honestly don't think BMW knew where they wanted to go with the new 3er. It's just mixed so many design languages into one. There's no constant.