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Your Ride: 1995 325i
I'm not a big fan of the M3 culture, but from the picture I'm somewhat relieved to see that BMW hasn't done something loopy with the styling. This has the requisite suggestions of beefiness and aggressiveness and evocation of power (needlessly) characteristic of today's automotive design in an overall decent, maybe even attractive shape. One detail I did note was the hood/grill intersection, interesting treatment there...
Like I said in the other thread, I think the styling has less to be desired . . I'm not comfortable with a hump on the hood- that's more towards old school beasts like the Buick GNX, et. al. At this point, I'd rather have a 335i. Ah but that's just me