That's a great picture of your car. Have you done any exterior mods to it? I've got a red M3P with white interior on order.
You must be over 7' tall. I'm 6'6" and my 3 is very comfortable.Hmmm, for me the 3 sure was not fun to drive (test drive). I'm a tall guy and I felt like I was in a clown car. Of course that opinion goes for similar sized cars as well. Just me of course. Clearly other big folks like it.
Same here. Owned several of each (BMW, Audi, MB, Jag and Saab). Great cars, but after a while I got bored with them all. None had the visceral, instant acceleration that the Tesla has. It's OK in the corners, and one-pedal deceleration is a different feel from a well-timed downshift, but nothing beats feeling your organs compressed when you stomp on the go-pedal and watch traffic fade in the rear-view. Silently, too.I drove all of the comparable big-4 Euro makes (BMW, Audi, Benz, Volvo), and none of them felt better than the M3P. The interiors were all nice, and they all handled well, cornered great, but there was something about the M3P that (as my teen boys say) just hit different. The acceleration, the planted feel, the virtual silence under 30 MPH. It's a completely different driving experience, which for me, is how I defined "fun" in those comparisons.
I'm not a drum beating environmentalist by any means, but for as much as I grew up loving a strong exhaust note, I've also tired of it. Burning gas, oil changes and such became significant negative points once I drove the Tesla. I went into the car search "wanting" to love the 5-series or the E-class, but I just couldn't get there. Not sure why, exactly, but they just didn't excite me.
well no, not that tall. I guess I would say it comes down to what we are used to. I don't like my head being a few inches from the roof as well as other space which it was in the 3 when I was in it. And it just seemed cramped for me. I am more of the MX type. Glad to know you feel ok in it though.You must be over 7' tall. I'm 6'6" and my 3 is very comfortable.