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      11-23-2012, 07:24 PM   #11
TheBingoBalls
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It'll never be as hardcore as the E46 M3/CSL. Back then BMW didn't really cater to luxury, today, BMW has expanded into that market which requires a soft ride. The chassis might be the best but things like suspension and steering, it'll always have that hint of trying to cater to those that want a softer ride. It's not exactly an apples/apples comparison but take the M5 and it's hydraulic steering. It was supposed to feel the same as others that used the same system but BMW toned it down a bit. I feel it's exactly going to happen to the M3 as well.