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Old 04-20-2006, 04:52 PM   #1
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major design changes - first it was the e36 and now the e92

I am the only one who sees this or does BMW implement major design changes for every other generation of their cars.

remember the 2001 series which bought about the new sports look. do you notice how bmw refines the original engine and design, steamlines it and then packages it in a new car. when the first 325i released, it looked very similar to the 2001. it was not till the e36 released that we saw major design changes, the car took on a more refined look on the e36. the e46 was not a major step forward and look at the e92. i think as the e46's phase out, we will grow more used to the e92, not only becuase of the pure performance the car will deliver but the entirely new suit that it wears now. as the years pass they will touch up all the small details we may not like initally.

e92 335Ci, i like, i like
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Old 04-20-2006, 05:32 PM   #2
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I never thought about it that way, but it looks kinda true. Maye though that styles change that much from geeration to generation.?
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