I too agree - prefection should be strived for and it makes for an appealing manufacturer and team, who aims to do so and is unhappy with compromise.bernhtp said:I personally love the level of perfection BNW appears to have achieved here and it leaves me excited instead of cold. To each his own.
I love the write up and it sure makes me want one.bernhtp said:His analysis is really telling. He throws every superlative imaginable at the M5 and then basically says that he does not want to own one because it is almost too perfect, which appears to constitute lacking soul. Thus it would need to have some flaws to provide the charm he requires of a car. It reminds me of the appeal of "distressed furniture" where it is purposely beat with chains after manufacture to provide the dents, abrasions and other blemishes that make it look old and to provide this "charm."
I personally love the level of perfection BNW appears to have achieved here and it leaves me excited instead of cold. To each his own.
hiha Enough cosmetic imperfection to last a lifetime of mechanical perfection!Jessem said:The engineers had their way with the new car and supplied engineering/performance "perfection". Bangle provided the soul with the "flaws" of the design.... ouich