Originally Posted by swamp2
Nice digs against MB philosophy in this one.
From the article, Bruhnke:
"was also dismissive of Mercedes-Benz AMG's insatiable appetite for engine performance at any cost, saying the next M3 would stay faithful to the driving dynamics and handling balance that the M reputation is built on.
'We are much more than just the biggest engine in every car.'"
Yes, I like that about M but I hope Bruhnke is not managing expectations with this quote. I want the M3 to have superior dynamics AND enough power to outperform AMG even in a straight line.