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Have you owned a BMW? What is the BMW experience to you, compared to their marketing (ultimate driving machine)?

I am definitely a car guy, and I’ve owned two BMW’s, including a 2008 M3 Coupe with a manual transmission and a 2011 M3 Sedan with the SMG automatic transmission. I also own or have owned a nice selection of other performance cars, including a Porsche 911 Turbo S, an Audi RS7, an Audi R8, a Mustang GT350R, a couple of LT1 Corvettes, an LT1 and an LS1 Trans Am, and probably some junk I’m forgetting. I got rid of the M3 Sedan, but still have the coupe, and here are my impressions of at least the M3. The interior fit and finish is great, but not excellent. My Audis have a better looking interior, with more panache, and perhaps a little more beauty. That said, there’s nothing wrong with the BMW, and I actually prefer its steering wheel over any other car I own; for my hands at least, it’s the perfect thickness and the stitching looks amazing every time I see it. The engine is a world class V8 that while a little short on torque down low makes up for it with a lot of horsepower up high. It’s still a novelty to have a V8 you can rev to 8,000+ RPM’s. It also has a GREAT sound, both in and out of the car. I put an aftermarket exhaust on it after some time just to get a little more noise, and it makes the engine sound even more exotic. The transmission is a ton of fun, too. In any of my other manual transmission cars, top speed comes in 5th gear and not 6th, as 6th is for highway mileage. In the M3, it tops out in 6th. This means gear ratios are closer together which means you get to shift more and use the gears for more control in spirited driving. I preferred the transmission in my R8, just because it had that classic gated shifter you used to see in Ferraris and it makes such a satisfying shift noise, like a bolt action rifle. If you got rid of the gate, the M3 wins. Handling-wise, the M3 is just so damned balance. You can drift it around a corner, hug tight curves, or just sit back and enjoy a smooth ride. I have stock 18″ rims and factory tires on mine, and have never modded the suspension. Pretty sure my GT350R will outhandle it, but then again, it’s a race car in street clothing with ridiculously sticky tires. The car is very comfortable, even on long trips. I drove it from Texas to California and back, and never got tired or uncomfortable. The seats are pretty adjustable, the stereo is excellent, and it always drives straight. Trunk space is pretty good overall, and great for a 2-door coupe like this. The back seat isn’t exactly roomy, but you can put two people in the back if need be. No issues at all with 2 people in the back of the 4 door M3. I’ve driven cars that were better in one or two areas, such as quicker, faster, more comfortable, more luxurious, or roomier. But I don’t think I have driven anything that manages to be better in ALL of those categories. Ultimate driving machine? Not sure… but most balanced in my opinion.

What is it like to drive an Audi RS 7?

Hello, I was fortunate enough to drive it a few times, two different RS7 , one with the Akrapovic Titanium sports exhaust that; if im not mistaken and rememebr correctly was an extra $8000 option that added extra horse power along with lighter weight aside from the sound/burp at shifting point. It was a blast to drive. dynamic steering and the Quatro system along with that much power; was litteraly sex on wheels. like I said i was fortunate enough to drive them and the reson Im saying that is, having an RS7 inyour stock; usually doesnt mean tht you can go on a test drive as you or the client please. This var along with other cars in that category are so unique and rare and unexperienced drivers can easily crash it in the first corner they drive through. Its powerful, beautifully designed and a car that yoou don’t see daily. Not like its a Ferrari or a super car, but still its not a car that many people have the taste or the balls to spend that type of money on. One of the cars we had in our dealership was special ordered with a non refundable deposit of $2500 silver iwth black and red interior. And guess what it ened up in our inventory for well over a year because the genlte man that odered it, didnt like the design of the rims or so he said. The MSRP/sticker on that car was $139.000.00 car and when it sat for that long we dropped it to $98,000.00 and it still didnt sell until my last day working over there. If it wasnt for me working at an Audi dealership; I wouldn’t have never had such experience of driving such a beautiful, well engineered and sexy designed car and the reson is like I mentioned; its not a car that yu can test drive as you or your client please. If you would to have one; would you like the fact that it has been driven like it was stolen (test drives, moving it from a pareked location to another) I know I wouldn’t. I would want the least milage on that car as much as possible which should be any where from 50 to 62 miles on the clock and the reason it has that many miles on it; is becasue cars are never 0 miles on the odometer when they arrive to the showroom, unlike motorcycles ( i got my Yamaha Fz09 in may 2014) off the crate un assemebled with 0 miles. Cars are different; After assembling the car, they are tested by the manufacturer employed drivers to make sure that everything is functioning as it supposed to. It then arrives at port from country of origin, then shipped from port to the dealership in (shipping mode) which means, it cant go faster than limited speed of 25–30 MPH; then received by service department where the shop technicians take it off shipping mode to showroom/ready for sale mode after its been tested again usuaally by service department foreman to make sure again that everything is functioning as designed. From there it waits till that balling, tasteful individual comes and lease it unless it was ordered and that Audi brand specialist calls the prospective owner thats been bugging the hell out you complaining about the process taking forever and then he comes in to finalize the order(usually leased) more than sold and it goes to its new house/garage where all the neighbors envy the new owner and usually there is that one hater that will try to copy you;except that when he goes to his local Audi dealer; not only that he doesn't find another one sitting in the lot but once he finds out its an RS7 not an S7 or an A7 that's priced with over $100k; ends up buying a “Tesla” to try to compete and show off a played out vehicle which i dont see any similarity at this point and a car that you see now more than $25k Honda Accord ( sorry Tesla owners) but Im not impressed with Tesla what so ever. Trend thsts eventually going to die down just like the Toyota Prius when it first came out. So to summarize my answer, Its a blast to drive and you probably wont find out unless. Go order /lease/buy your own cuz I’m sure no one would let you drive theirs, I know I wont. Rent one through Turo Find a used one for sale at a dealer. Because again refer to # 1; in other words finding a private party RS7 for sale wouldn't be any good because, I don't think the current owner/seller will let you test drive the RS7 posted for sale. I had more fun driving the RS7 than driving an M5/M6 and all 3 had TCS off and the RS7 still handled on point on a wet road as if the TCS is engaged. Sorry for the long post but this car is under rated and needs to have its fair share of review. There are the pics of one i’ve driven serialed 1 0f “i forgot how many” for that year.

If you had a 5 car garage and all the money in the world, what cars would you buy?

My five car dream garage would be definitely have these cars, Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W140) The Mercedes-Benz W140 is a series of flagship vehicles that were manufactured by the German automotive company Mercedes-Benz from 1991 to 1998. Mercedes-Benz unveiled the W140 S-Class at Geneva Motor Show in March 1991 with sales launch in April 1991 and North American launch in August 1991. The W140 represented the last of old school German engineering from Mercedes-Benz that leaned on over engineering principle, namely "engineer's car". As with each generation of S-Class, a plethora of innovations in technology, climate protection, and creature comfort was introduced. Those innovations later trickled down to smaller C-Class and E-Class models over time. The list of innovations in the S-Class model series 140 is long. On the electronics side these include the CAN bus (Controller Area Network) for networking, the navigation system Auto Pilot System APS (from 1995), the parking aid PARKTRONIC (from 1995), the voice-operated control system LINGUATRONIC (from 1996) and the emergency call system TELE-AID (from 1997). But ground-breaking safety systems such as the Electronic Stability Program ESP® (from 1995) and the Brake Assist BAS (from 1996) are also part of the mix. A further safety bonus also comes courtesy of the belt system with automatic height adjustment, sidebags for the driver and front passenger (from 1996) and the xenon headlamps with automatic range adjustment (from 1996). 2. ,Rolls-Royce Phantom The Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII is a full-sized luxury saloon manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. It is the eighth and current generation of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, and the second launched by Rolls-Royce under BMW ownership. It is offered in two wheelbase lengths. The center caps on the wheels of the Phantom – as with all Rolls-Royce cars – do not rotate. The caps are on bearings so the logo is always the right way up. The wheels of the Phantom VIII are 22 inches, the largest alloys ever employed on a Rolls-Royce. (The rule of thumb for wheel size is that the diameter of the wheel and tire is roughly half the height of the car.) On the inside, the Phantom VIII has a ‘Starlight Headliner’: 1,340 fibre optic lights that create a twinkling night sky on the interior roof of the car. Of course, these lights can be custom-placed to represent the night sky however you wish, for example, the Starlight Headliner in the bespoke Celestial Phantom depicts the constellations exactly as they were over Goodwood on the night when the first new Phantom was unveiled. The Phantom VIII features a bespoke analogue clock with a backbit face with crystal effect details and counter weighted hands. It is finished to match the material selected for the interior. As the old David Ogilvy advertisement goes: “at 60 miles an hour, the loudest noise in the new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock”. 3. ,Toyota Century The Toyota Century) is an ultra-luxury sedan produced mainly for the Japanese market, serving as Toyota's flagship car within Japan; globally the unrelated Lexus LS series is Toyota's flagship luxury model outside Japan. Production of the Century began in 1967, and the model received only minor changes until a redesign in 1997. The Century derived its name from the 100th birthday of Sakichi Toyoda (born 14 February 1867), the founder of Toyota Industries. It is often used by the Imperial House of Japan, the Prime Minister of Japan, senior Japanese government leaders, and high-level executive businessmen. The Century is comparable in purpose to the Austin Princess/Daimler DS420, Cadillac Series 70, Mercedes-Benz 600 series, Chinese Red Flag, Rolls-Royce, and Russian ZIS/ZIL limousines. The first-generation Century was available with only a V8 engine, the third Japanese-built sedan post-war, at its introduction in 1967 until a full platform redesign in 1997. The second generation was only installed with a Toyota-designed and -built V12, an engine unique to the Century, until 2018, when the power-train was reverted to a V8 with the addition of Toyota's hybrid technology. 4. ,Audi RS7 It is in direct competition with the BMW M6 Gran Coupé and the Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 AMG .It differs from the A7 by the usual panoply of RS (double exhaust outlets, silver mirrors, diffuser, rims, etc.). It's a retro style, luxury four-door coupe performance inspired by the Chevrolet Impala SS of the 1990s. It is an ultra trendy powerful sports sedan. It’s such a beautiful car. With great driving dynamics and high performance engine. It’s worth the price and the hype, 5. ,BMW M5 (E60) The E60 M5 was introduced in 2005, with a V10 engine and 7-speed transmission linking the car with the BMW Sauber Formula One program.[45]The E60 M5 was the world's first production sedan to use a V10 petrol engine. This generation of the M5 was also built in the E61 Touring (wagon) body style, which was only sold in Europe. The E63/E64 M6 coupé and convertible are based on a shortened version of the M5 chassis and largely use the same mechanical components. The official 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration figure is 4.7 seconds for the sedan, however magazine tests have recorded figures down to 4.1 seconds.The E60 M5 was the fastest 4-door sedan available at the time of its introduction. Top speed is electronically restricted to 250 km/h (155 mph) but could be raised to 305 km/h (190 mph) with the optional M-driver's package. The M5 has recorded a Nürburgring lap time of 8:13. Upgrades over regular 5 Series models include a wider track, unique body panels, a colourful heads up display featuring navigation, control messages, speed, rpm and gear selection information, automated seat side bolsters, heated/ventilated seats and power rear curtain. The larger, flared front guards on either side also featured cooling vents, reminiscent of the 1970s BMW CSL. The wheels were of a 19-inch diameter and the car has quad exhaust pipes at the rear. During its five-year production run, 20,589 units were built composing of 19,564 sedans and 1,025 wagons. The biggest market was the United States with 8,800 cars (all sedans), followed by Great Britain and Ireland with 1,776 cars and Germany with 1,647 cars. The M5 model was designed by Karl John Elmitt and produced at the BMW Plant Dingolfing in Germany. This would be my anytime dream garage. I don’t want hyper cars. These are just fine and subtle.

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    The Powertrain of the Audi RS7 Sportback are as follow:

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    Capacity (L)4.0L
    Aspiration FormNA
    Cylinder Arrangement
    Number of Cylinders8
    Compression Ratio
    Timing Type
    Horsepower (PS)608
    Rpm at Max Hp6250
    Rpm at Max torque4500
    Top Speed (km/h)250
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    Here are the Rpm at Max torque and variants of Audi RS7 Sportback:

    Variants2020 Audi RS7 Sportback
    Rpm at Max torque4500
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    Here are the 0-100 km/h (s) and variants of Audi RS7 Sportback:

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    0-100 km/h (s)3.6