Originally Posted by -=Hot|Ice=-
The M3 is the benchmark in it's class. That's a fact. It doesn't change the fact that it's a 'wannabe sportscar' While it may be close to a sports car experience, it gives up too much. This goes for every car in this class. What I can appreciate is he sees beyond the badge(Unlike some people). As good of a car the M3 is, the car in today's words has some major drawbacks. Instead of calling everyone a troll, take a step back and think outside the box. Don't be a fanboi.
With that said, the GT-R pretty much blows everything that's not a supercar out of the water.
Quick question, is a GT-R a true sports car? (pure & true, etc) Or is a GT-R a 'wannabe' too, given the compromises, AWD, twin Turbo, weight, leather, cushy interior, not pure feeling...etc??