Originally Posted by mdyaman
I have to agree.
It seems to be a trend that BMW is getting away from the raw and visceral feel of M cars to more subdued ans.d tamed version
Having driven both an e46 and e92 M3 (both in stock form), in my opinion, the e46 had more feedback, was more raw, and visceral. Don't get me wrong, I think the e92 is great and shares that wild feeling, but to a lesser degree than the e46. Others have said the same when the e9x M3 came out. Same for my experience with an e39 and e60.
Cosmetically, I think the new M6 looks great. However, this review and some others lends credence to my suspicions on its true character.
We all knew this day would come though, there's no denying that.