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What cars are known for being sleeper cars?

In my opinion a sleeper car is a car which looks boring and goes like hell. Cars which come to my mind are the obvious candidates: BMW M535i - Less obvious than a BMW M5, but not that much slower. 7.2 seconds from 0 to 60 was not that bad 40 years ago. Mercedes 400E - everybody raved about the 500E, the 4 door sedan with the wide fenders, the wide track, the SL roadster engine, built by Porsche. But this car looks like a g*ddamn taxicab - and has a 4 liter V8 engine with 286 hp. And this is my favourite: Volkswagen Passat W8 Variant. 4 liter 8 cylinder engine in W shape, ultra compact, revs like hell, 275 hp, four wheel drive, less than 7 seconds from 0 to 60 if you take the version with manual gearbox. Have it painted ivory creme, and it looks like a taxicab from Hamburg, but it reaches 155 mph before the limiter kicks in.

If you ever were/are lucky enough to own your dream car, would you rather keep it garaged in pristine condition and only drive it on special occasions or would you drive the hell out of it and enjoy every minute of it?

I’d hope to drive it as often as possible! First, I have to determine exactly what my dream car is. Whenever I tell people that I’m into cars, they inevitably ask me: “what’s your dream car?” I never have an answer— I don’t really have a dream car. I don’t dwell on whether I’d want a Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1, or Porsche 918 Spyder. To buy any of those hypercars, let alone a Bugatti, Pagani, or Koenigsegg, I would need to have a lot, a lot of money. That being said, I think that even the people who ,can ,afford these cars still don’t use them. Living in LA, I should see some hypercars rolling around, but I never do. Even the supper-rich are afraid of damaging these rare and expensive vehicles. Not to mention, utilizing a fraction of such cars’ potential will land you in jail. So, I don’t spend time thinking about buying these cars assuming I had the money. If we downgrade to supercars, cars like the Ferrari 812, Lamborghini Aventador, McLaren 720S, etc. such cars are, more or less, drive-able. They’re not good daily drivers, but it’s doable. That being said, such cars are still too extreme for the road. Hold your foot on the gas for more than a second on a public road, and you’re already looking at a nice ticket. That being said, such cars can be taken to the track, though that is neither easy nor super accessible. This brings me to more rational cars. Ones that are fun and can still be daily driven. Once you get to the sub $150,000 range, the cars begin to be more reasonable. Here, you can find things like the Mercedes AMG GT 63 4-Door, E63 AMG Sedan and Wagon, the Nissan GT-R, the Lexus LC500, Audi RS 6, RS 5, RS 3, BMW M4, M5, M6, M8, Cadillac CTS-V (though now out of production, there will hopefully be a new one soon), Camaro ZL1, all the Dodge Hellcats, the Shelby GT350 and 500, the Tesla Model S, as well as others. But the one that I would get is the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifolio: The Giulia is a 5 seater that can be purchased second hand for around $60,000 these days. To 90% of the population, the white triangle and clover will go unnoticed. As will the vents in the hood, the fenders, the wing, the splitter, diffuser, and quad-exhaust pipes. The car blends right into traffic. But behind the seat, there is a (quasi) Ferrari derived V-6 making 505 horsepower. While that’s a lot of power, it’s somewhat manageable. The noise the engine makes is great, and the bolstered sport seats look and feel really good. The automatic 8 speed transmission from ZF shifts gears quickly and smoothly enough for LA Traffic. To me, it’s a great car that can be driven day in and day out. (Assuming it remains reliable, it is an Alfa of course). Not to mention that Italian styling!

Is an E93 M3 a bad first car for a teenager?

It depends: Do you dislike your son? Have you grown tired of his presence? Then, by all means, buy him a race car. Throw in a bottle of Jack Daniels and a carton of cigarettes while you are at it. No reason to take chances when the goal is kid-elimination. On the other hand, assuming you are one of those rare parents that actually like your teenager, then you may want to consider a couple of basic facts. Fact 1. Your 16 year old boy will crash this car. Note I did not say he will ,probably, crash the car. That might be true if he were a girl, but that’s because girls are more mature than boys at the same age (If you disagree, then I invite you to argue your case with the insurance industry). I would also say probably if the car was not a sports car designed to go fast, corner fast and impress the girls. But because the M3 is all of that, your son ,will, speed, he ,will, feel entitled to fly around corners, race other cars in the streets and all that. He will also be told how to turn off the traction & skid control. Giant button. Can’t miss it. How else is he going to drift? Every 16 year old boy knows that the only way to attract girls is to drift. Do you think he will instinctively know how to drift without spinning into a ditch or oncoming traffic? I know, I know, he makes it look so easy on the PlayStation – that’s just like real world experience is it not? Not. So then, when he crashes this car will he (and you) not learn a great lesson in the laws of physics and the nature of 16 year old boys? Heck yes! Just hope that he was wearing his seat belt. And that he did not he have passengers (whose injuries will also be your fault). And that he did not crash into anything soft and bloody like pedestrians. Fact 2. Your budget is about to be blown. Look up what it costs to insure a 16 year old on a used M3. Have another $3000 +/- to add to the budget. Every year. Which goes up with each ticket? Any idea of the maintenance cost of a used M3? These cars are ,meant to be driven,, often hard. Most of the people I know with M3’s and M5’s take them to race tracks for some autocross. They are constantly fixing things on their cars. Oh, and go price a set of tires for the M3?: $1200 a set that lasts 10,000miles if you don’t autocross. If you do, more like 5,000 a set. Oh, and a minor accident that was ,totally not his fault!, (He will swear this to you on a stack of bibles). Go price a bumper or a fender on this car. I know, you are asking how a bumper can cost $4,000 and I agree. BMW don’t care though. They punish error. As will your insurance Co. The M3 is also not a gas sipper. Yeah, they can get almost 30 MPG on the highway in cruise control in high gear at 65 MPH. Ever seen one actually driven like that? Me neither. Ask most owners and if they answer honestly, they are happy with 20 MPG on average. Please, if not for your own child, then the rest of us that have to share the roads with inexperienced entitled wanna-be-race drivers; buy him something practical that allows him to gain experience in a car not designed to be driven up to 150 MPH.

Why do concept cars always get watered down for production?

I would recommend against using the word “always”. In ‘97, at the Tokyo Auto Show, BMW showed a concept car badged as the Z07. At the time, there were no plans to put it into production. They just wanted to show off a “halo” car (like they did with the one-off M8) that would beat the Ferrari 360 of its day. But the response was overwhelming, to BMW agreed to go into production, but as a condition, the designers had to agree to use the “soft tooling” that was used to make the concept car. That was estimated to be ~5,000 units over a 3 year period. The concept car’s aluminum frame and body tooling was exactly what was used for the ~5,500 unit production run from ’00 to ‘03. And the production cars used the same drive train (the current M5’s 32 valve V-8, its gear box and its differential, the 7-series brakes, etc.) as the Tokyo show prototype car. Since. Alpina This is a rare case, but basically the concept car did go into production. The single nut wheel mounts were replaced with the more traditional 5-bolt arrangement, and instead of 2 body types (open car with tonneau cover or hardtop) the production car had one body type (ragtop with removable hardtop), and some of the interior design was changed slightly (added headrest to the seats). The running light cut-outs were too narrow meet DOT illumination requirements for incandescent lights, and LEDs were not ready at the time, so the car has neon tube lights on all 4 corners, plus the 2 side signal lights in the fender vent. The project was nearly cancelled until this neon light solution enabled the designers to comply with the mandate of no additional tooling. Z07s were spotted being tested at the Nurburgring. My deposit paperwork (in 1999) said it would be a Z07. But by the time it was delivered, (mine came in 2001) BMW had re-badged it from Z07 to Z8. It was not watered down at all. It did out reform the Ferrari 360 Spyder (acceleration time, stopping distance and slalom speed - per Car & Driver’s April ’01 issue). The Robb Report named it Car of the year. I understand that there is a similar story for the ’94 Ford Probe GT - a joint venture with Mazda, in which the large rear hatch “greenhouse glass” challenges almost killed the project. But the production car looked almost exactly the same as the show car.

What design characteristics separate sports cars from conventional cars?

Tamara, I worked for a Mr. Jim Wilhite at Texas Instruments in Lubbock, TX (and with his son Larry) and later, at DSC Communications in Plano, Tx.. Larry was a fun/smart guy, and, his dad Jim was a mentor to me and promoted me to be his replacement as VP of Ops at DSC (a Fortune 500 company). So the Wilhites have a special place in my heart. I’m definitely a car guy, but not so sure about how car design determines whether or not design determines whether a car is a “sports car” or not. Sporting and design may live at different ends of the automotive spectrum. Take a look at the 1st car to win the Indy 500. A “Marmon”. Ugly as sin. For another example, a Delorean looked great from a styling standpoint, what with those gull-wing doors and stainless steel body panels, and such, but it was a pig, with a Pugeot-Renault-Volvo 6 banger that only output 130 hp. A Honda Civic of the same era would whip its ass in an SCCA slalom contest, quite easily. A Caterham 7 is totally butt ugly, with an old fashioned “trunk” and ugly throw-back fenders, but for years it was one of the 4 “8-minute wonders” at the Nurburgring. Is a top-fuel dragster (fastest of all car types, both by top speed and by acceleration) an exercise in styling? Uh, no. But is top fuel drag racing a sport? Uh, yeah. The definition of “sports car” means different things to different people. When the 4-Door BMW M5 was beating the best Corvette available like a dog, was it not a sports car because it had 4 doors? And automatic transmissions Don’t get me going. That’s all there is available for the first Corvette (‘53), the newest Corvette (‘20), and any 2020 Ferrari or Lamborghini. And also, 80% of Porsche 911s sold lately. If there is a class in any racing series (IMSA, SCCA, NASCAR, etc) for which a car is competitive, then, by God, it’s a sports car! Sport means skill - not hardware. It’s not about the car. It’s about driver skills. I’ve been on F1 courses where a VW Golf ate the 360 Ferrari’s for lunch. So, when Tiger Woods won all those championships, does anyone remember who manufactured his clubs? When Dale Earnhart died in front of Dale Junior, did anyone remember the manufacturer or the style of either cars? Here are some huge exceptions to my assertions that styling and performance are disconnected: McLaren F1. Maybe the most beautiful sports car ever made. Showroom stock derivatives of the Big Mac GTR swept the LeMans podium in 1995. Also the Lotus Elise, a wonderfully balanced sports car, with a measly 200 hp Toyota Camry engine, fully capable of running with the big dogs on any track that involved more skill than just turning left.

How do I convince daddy a 2020 M5 would make a better first car than the 2018 330i he wants to buy me?

Let him buy you a 1990 Chevy Impala (aka: Land Yacht) and drive it safely for a year with no tickets and no fender benders, then maybe you can make the case. I’m a BMW driver and car fan, but no beginning driver needs a BMW M-series unless they’re going to put it on a track or use it in SCCA racing events. An M-series has so much extra power that it’s not a good choice for a beginning driver. A 330i is an excellent choice, and you ought to be incredibly grateful that your parents will get you one. My daughters started with cars that cost no more than $5,000 each (a Jeep Cherokee and older Camaro), and were much better off then many of their friends.

Is the Audi S4 the same body as an Audi A4?

In my opinion this is a key reason why BMW M cars are special. All the other manufactures’ high performance products use the exact same metal stampings as their base models. Mercedes AMG and Audi S models will look slightly sportier than the base models via aggressive bumpers, larger wheels, and lowered suspension. They may have some extra plastic tacked on like a trunk lid spoiler and sculpted side skirts. And there are a few models that use different front fender stampings and hoods, but the metal uni-body of their high performance car is the same part used in the base model. BMW M has dedicated body construction for their M cars. The M versions of their cars have larger front and rear wheel arches, more aluminum in the structure, wider axles, higher hood, carbon fiber roofs, revised suspension mounts points, etc. This of course makes the cars expensive to produce but enables the end product to meet it’s performance goals. An example: the 2019 M5 body designation is F90 while the similar-looking (but not the same) 2019 5-series is G30. This practice goes all the way back to the original 1980’s M3.

How exactly are bruised cars repaired?

“How exactly are bruised cars repaired?“ I am really not sure what constitutes a “bruised car”. But, I owned a BMW M5 that someone bumped into and created a small dent in a fender. I had a person who was proficient in paintless dent removal work on it. After he was done, you would never have known it was ever dented. I think he charged me $50 for his time. -Doug

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