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      05-30-2020, 06:15 PM   #67
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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

Well put, brother.
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Well put, brother.
I agree and I couldn't have said it better myself !!!
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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

SO. MUCH. TRUTH.

I was in the market for a new car the past few months and considered the M550i, F90 M5, M850i GC, F06 M6 and shockingly an E63S AMG. My dailies are an F10 535 & F15 X5 . Ended up with the M6 myself and haven't had one regret. Most of the F series BMWs just have some of the cleanest, yet aggressive body lines in recent BMW history. I really can't seem to "connect" with any new BMW look since. I mean, just look at my bone stock 5 series.



I went on a "spirited" drive in my M6 this weekend and for the first time, I felt the tension and sweaty hands that you described in my own car. Absolutely worth it.
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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

SO. MUCH. TRUTH.

I was in the market for a new car the past few months and considered the M550i, F90 M5, M850i GC, F06 M6 and shockingly an E63S AMG. My dailies are an F10 535 & F15 X5 . Ended up with the M6 myself and haven't had one regret. Most of the F series BMWs just have some of the cleanest, yet aggressive body lines in recent BMW history. I really can't seem to "connect" with any new BMW look since. I mean, just look at my bone stock 5 series.



I went on a "spirited" drive in my M6 this weekend and for the first time, I felt the tension and sweaty hands that you described in my own car. Absolutely worth it.
Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
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I personally love the M8 GC , I think its Nice , I love all the Carbon it comes with . And the Awd part . It will be considered for my next car in 3 years along with a Trackhawk, RS7,AMG 63s and Panamera Turbo . I will be looking for 2020 models with low miles in 2023 lol.
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I personally love the M8 GC , I think its Nice , I love all the Carbon it comes with . And the Awd part . It will be considered for my next car in 3 years along with a Trackhawk, RS7 and Panamera Turbo . I will be looking for 2020 models with low miles in 2023 lol.
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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

SO. MUCH. TRUTH.

I was in the market for a new car the past few months and considered the M550i, F90 M5, M850i GC, F06 M6 and shockingly an E63S AMG. My dailies are an F10 535 & F15 X5 . Ended up with the M6 myself and haven't had one regret. Most of the F series BMWs just have some of the cleanest, yet aggressive body lines in recent BMW history. I really can't seem to "connect" with any new BMW look since. I mean, just look at my bone stock 5 series.



I went on a "spirited" drive in my M6 this weekend and for the first time, I felt the tension and sweaty hands that you described in my own car. Absolutely worth it.
Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
Yep I'll be facing the same dilemma. I've got two car seats in the back today but 5 years from now there will be two tiny adults. I'll likely stick with a sedan myself, just don't like driving an SUV full time.

Hopefully there are some other compelling options outside BMW.

I really wouldn't mind considering a Taycan someday if they can improve their efficiency and range in the next 2 years.
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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

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Not so long ago, I took the M8 Cabrio and drove about a week. This is no longer an "M" car - it's just a very comfortable and damn fast car. Philosophy M simply does not work here. You no longer have tension, your fingers on your hands no longer sweat, lack of a sense of speed and passion. Plus, I find this car ugly. The M6 looks elegant. A form that never grow old. See for yourself

SO. MUCH. TRUTH.

I was in the market for a new car the past few months and considered the M550i, F90 M5, M850i GC, F06 M6 and shockingly an E63S AMG. My dailies are an F10 535 & F15 X5 . Ended up with the M6 myself and haven't had one regret. Most of the F series BMWs just have some of the cleanest, yet aggressive body lines in recent BMW history. I really can't seem to "connect" with any new BMW look since. I mean, just look at my bone stock 5 series.



I went on a "spirited" drive in my M6 this weekend and for the first time, I felt the tension and sweaty hands that you described in my own car. Absolutely worth it.
Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
Yep I'll be facing the same dilemma. I've got two car seats in the back today but 5 years from now there will be two tiny adults. I'll likely stick with a sedan myself, just don't like driving an SUV full time.

Hopefully there are some other compelling options outside BMW.

I really wouldn't mind considering a Taycan someday if they can improve their efficiency and range in the next 2 years.
Another good one. Forgot about that - always funny to me when 2 kids under 7 get out of the M - looks out of place
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Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
Audi RS6 or RS7 - if you can deal with the touch screen only layout?
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Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
Audi RS6 or RS7 - if you can deal with the touch screen only layout?
Almost went that route... just couldn't get into the look. Felt like too many addons with the body kit etc... interior was nice however -
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Audi RS6 or RS7 - if you can deal with the touch screen only layout?
I saw one the other day, I actually thought it was the previous gen when I first walked past in from the front 3 quarter to the side as it looked very similar to the previous one but the rear bumper/diffuser area is SO ugly it would completely ruin the car for me.

Plus they always drive like rubbish, I'm not sure if you've spent much time in them driving hard but the torque steer in the previous generation was outright scary.
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No, havenít spent time driving them hard, so canít comment from that perspective. We donít have them here in AU yet, but from pictures I kind of like especially the Avant (RS6)... And comparing RS7 with M8 GC is almost like comparing a super model with an ugly duckling - canít understand why BMW completely ruined the GC design instead of continuing with M6 GC lines (that arguably is one of if not the most beautiful 4-door car)...
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After spending some time behind the wheel of the M8 I figured out what BMW was trying to do. They needed a car to compete with the S63 coupe, though the M8 still inst a contender with S63 luxury and comfort wise.

The M8 is a M6 in its late 20's lol.. Its growing up and learning to take on multiple tasks. To say it is not a "M" car i'd have to disagree, I have my M1 button set up to rear wheel drive everything sport plus and traction completely off. The car is still completely stock and I enjoy driving it, the M6 does give you a smaller/compact feel to it where the M8 feels big and floats when at highway speeds.

The M8 is very fast and a bit too smooth even with everything in sport plus, I have downpipes and a DME Tune I plan on adding to the car soon and feel like this will give it a better/sportier driving experience overall.
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Not sure what BMW is doing these days...all their models just seem like rip offs of other cars and very lackluster in aesthetics. The M8 is nice, but imo it looks boring and doesn't compare to its competitors (RS7, S63 AMG).
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Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
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Yep I'll be facing the same dilemma. I've got two car seats in the back today but 5 years from now there will be two tiny adults. I'll likely stick with a sedan myself, just don't like driving an SUV full time.

Hopefully there are some other compelling options outside BMW.

I really wouldn't mind considering a Taycan someday if they can improve their efficiency and range in the next 2 years.

I have two kids now. Trust me when I say this, your kids, kids equipment, and carseats are going to beat the crap out of your car. I would never consider using a $100k interior for daily family transportation.

I highly recommend buying a run of the mill X3, X5 or X7. With 1 kid X3 should be fine. Two kids, go with X5 or X7. I also recommend looking for the +2 configuration on the X5. the third row seats will come in handy in a pinch. The wide interior of the X5 and X7 will allowed a side-by-side car seat configuration, allowing your wife to sit with both kids in the bench. The X3 likely will not allow this. X7 is even better, as one kid or an adult can sit in the full time third row. I'm actually considering an X7 40i or a Volvo XC90 because I need something even bigger than my E70 X5.

The reason an suv is so critical is the trunk space. You're going to find out you're pretty much going to have your stroller in the trunk 100% of the time. For mid size sedan that would take up 60% of the space. The egress is also easier. You're not lifting kids out of a car with a SUV, you're more pulling the kids out, as the seat bottoms are at 4 feet off the ground.
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Well said. My problem is where do we go from here - as in 5 years from now? We are a family of 4 so a sedan is a must and nothing moves the needle for me like a bmw sedan - so its m5 or m8....
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Yep I'll be facing the same dilemma. I've got two car seats in the back today but 5 years from now there will be two tiny adults. I'll likely stick with a sedan myself, just don't like driving an SUV full time.

Hopefully there are some other compelling options outside BMW.

I really wouldn't mind considering a Taycan someday if they can improve their efficiency and range in the next 2 years.

I have two kids now. Trust me when I say this, your kids, kids equipment, and carseats are going to beat the crap out of your car. I would never consider using a $100k interior for daily family transportation.

I highly recommend buying a run of the mill X3, X5 or X7. With 1 kid X3 should be fine. Two kids, go with X5 or X7. I also recommend looking for the +2 configuration on the X5. the third row seats will come in handy in a pinch. The wide interior of the X5 and X7 will allowed a side-by-side car seat configuration, allowing your wife to sit with both kids in the bench. The X3 likely will not allow this. X7 is even better, as one kid or an adult can sit in the full time third row. I'm actually considering an X7 40i or a Volvo XC90 because I need something even bigger than my E70 X5.

The reason an suv is so critical is the trunk space. You're going to find out you're pretty much going to have your stroller in the trunk 100% of the time. For mid size sedan that would take up 60% of the space. The egress is also easier. You're not lifting kids out of a car with a SUV, you're more pulling the kids out, as the seat bottoms are at 4 feet off the ground.
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While my car has been at BMW they were kind enough to loan me a 840 GC M Sport. I have to say, I was pretty impressed with the dynamics of how the car performed for being 'entry level' in the 8 series range.

While I don't think the styling is quite as good as the 6 GC, it still is a distinguished and special looking car I think. I'm not a huge fan of the wider set headlights at the front and the wide 1-piece grille, but I may be one of the few that does like the back of the car. It is eye-catching and aggressive looking, and it is distinctively different than anything else you might see on the road.

This all being said, I can't wait to be back in my M
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While my car has been at BMW they were kind enough to loan me a 840 GC M Sport. I have to say, I was pretty impressed with the dynamics of how the car performed for being 'entry level' in the 8 series range.

While I don't think the styling is quite as good as the 6 GC, it still is a distinguished and special looking car I think. I'm not a huge fan of the wider set headlights at the front and the wide 1-piece grille, but I may be one of the few that does like the back of the car. It is eye-catching and aggressive looking, and it is distinctively different than anything else you might see on the road.

This all being said, I can't wait to be back in my M
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While my car has been at BMW they were kind enough to loan me a 840 GC M Sport. I have to say, I was pretty impressed with the dynamics of how the car performed for being 'entry level' in the 8 series range.

While I don't think the styling is quite as good as the 6 GC, it still is a distinguished and special looking car I think. I'm not a huge fan of the wider set headlights at the front and the wide 1-piece grille, but I may be one of the few that does like the back of the car. It is eye-catching and aggressive looking, and it is distinctively different than anything else you might see on the road.

This all being said, I can't wait to be back in my M
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While my car has been at BMW they were kind enough to loan me a 840 GC M Sport. I have to say, I was pretty impressed with the dynamics of how the car performed for being 'entry level' in the 8 series range.

While I don't think the styling is quite as good as the 6 GC, it still is a distinguished and special looking car I think. I'm not a huge fan of the wider set headlights at the front and the wide 1-piece grille, but I may be one of the few that does like the back of the car. It is eye-catching and aggressive looking, and it is distinctively different than anything else you might see on the road.

This all being said, I can't wait to be back in my M
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