Originally Posted by PKL
as others noted why have navi and premium sound in a lightweight track car?
OH, I know why, because BMW is in the business of selling DAILY DRIVERS, even if its a lightweight special edition.
some people do not seem to get that.
That doesn't make much sense, in that regard, the regular M3 takes care of that duty wonderfully. Add more uncomfortable seats and still try to keep it as DD as possible? You either build a track car or you build the regular M3, this is a near senseless version which is why they are probably only building 67 (as a higher demand would be shocking).