Family values have accelerated, or escalated to a new plateau, as vehicles viewed as safe or practical, are now toss-in features. These are high-performance cars across the board. BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Cadillac, Jaguar, and the rest of the luxury auto market. This report stemmed from an original report by Cars.com and then posted by the Chicago Tribune.
How fast does it do zero to 60 mph? Does it come with a manual transmission? What is its top speed? Horsepower, speed, agility, and high-performance would appear to be the features desired most in their family luxury driver. More power and performance features are being added … bridging the gap between sports car and luxury family sedans.
The review of the 560-hp BMW M5 by Joe Bruzek is insightful … especially the part about the transmissions and which is the best for top performance.
The differences between the comfort and full sport modes [are] dramatic, with a suspension changing from slightly firm to bounce-out-of-your-seat firm. The throttle becomes significantly more sensitive while the steering also firms up, though it's already tight to begin with.