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      08-07-2013, 02:00 PM   #54
Apex Everything!
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Drives: 2007 Honda S2000, 2017 GT350
Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Cedar Park, TX

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2011 E92 M3  [4.67]
2014 BMW i3  [5.00]
I'll never buy an AWD car as my fun performance car. For me RWD is what makes a car fun to drive. AWD just makes it safer and easier to drive. That's why Audi is never even a consideration for me. Not to mention the numb steering that comes with it. The RS5 would be a great car for my wife though. Same goes for the GTR. I don't care if it goes 0-60 in 1 second. The weight and AWD turns me off completely. The CTS V is just meh. Like others have said, its not special/focused enough. Just a big engine in a sport sedan body.

The closest competitor for me is the C63, but I much prefer a scalpel to a sledgehammer as many magazines describe it. High-revving N/A engines are what really get my attention. When I hear about cars that rev to 9000 rpms...
2011 E92 M3(Sold). 2007 Honda S2000 (Track Car). 2016 Cayman GT4 (Sold). 2017 Shelby GT350 (AKA Crowd Killer).

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