e63 AMG estate if I’m not wrong. Didn’t see the 6.3 badge on the side.
Thoughts coming soon.
But given the fact that it’s limited to only 800 units and I can’t afford one new, fat chance I get to own this one in the future.
Well they gave a different face for the US version. Not feeling this. Still like the regular version better, hope that retains it in other trims assuming this face is only for the Sport trim
“Bronze Sand Metallic”
Valar Morgulis. We’re in the endgame now.
Lazy special editions. Slap some special paint, black trim, wheels and badges and call it a day. “The Japanese manufacturer says the PMC Edition is inspired by the “the unique capabilities” of its Ohio-based bespoke Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC). The biggest highlight of the limited-edition sports sedan is…
One of the best specials on Grand Tour or even Top Gear. The visuals with breathtaking landscapes, the journey, the banter. Everything was perfect. Highly recommended.
“Watching movies with your mom”
Apparently her reason for fleeing at 100+mph? Late for work, didn’t want to stop
Paging E90M3...Honestly it should be #1, but still. Versa Note at #8
C&D: The 2019 Nissan Altima Just Outcornered the New BMW 3-Series
Sure they’re great Grand Tourers but cost a minimum of $100K new. So my question is what is the best affordable Grand Tourer today? (say roughly limit <$50K new, or<$30K used). They’re typically front-engine, rear-wheel-drive two-door coupé with either a two-seat or a 2+2 arrangement but let’s open up the options a…