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In MK6 'F80' form, BMW's M3 proved to be different from previous versions. Of course it had to be. By 2014, the Munich maker had smaller, more agile motorsport-tuned models like the M235i for those merely seeking tarmac-tearing thrills. So his MK5 M3 had to evolve into something a little more grown-up without losing the raw dynamic excitement that's always characterised this iconic badge. Tough to achieve at the same time as meeting demands for weighty safety legislation and eco-minded engineering.
But not impossible - as this fifth generation model proved. Yes, it was lighter, much more economic and better able to pretend to be nothing more than a luxury sports saloon for those not in the mood for motorsports magic. But, thank goodness, it also still knows how to entertain. With the right buttons pressed and the right electronics de-selected, it's still a car you have to master, where yours are the risks but yours too the rewards. In spite of everything, we still had here an M-car fit to continue this famous bloodline. Thank goodness.
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