did you guys notice this pattern?
e30 m3s are coupe only model and that was followed by the e36 m3 which had both coupe and sedan and then the e46 coupe only m3. of those three generations, i think majority of people here would agree that the coupe only generations of e30 and e46 get most attention and the e36 is kind of like a forgotten generation. my point is, do you guys think this pattern will follow the e90,e92 m3? will this generation become the afterthought like the e36 once the next coupe only generation m3 comes out?
2002 steel gray M3 coupe, SMG, premium package, navigation (sold, still regretting)
2008 jet black 535i sport, premium, ipod/usb (leased but not forgotten)
2010 Wicked White Evolution MR Touring (sold and missed)
2009 Smoky Granite Mica Lexus IS350, F-Sport products: 19'' staggered forged wheels, suspension, intake, exhaust, rear sway bar