This thing looks real nice, I like the fact that I don't have to explain people why I'm a sporty guy - it's enough for them to see me behind the wheel. So what if it doesn't back that up with the same level of dynamics? Nobody has to know. I'll just sit in the driver's armchair and pretend that I'm only caressing the throttle, which, by the way, brings a sweet diesel rattle to my ears. I wonder why they bothered to hide that so well?
Anyway, back to the interior. It seems that they've decided to leave behind the classic wood that can be found on all cars nowadays. I don't even have to look at the shiny one they've used, one or two knocks are enough to tell me that the Japanese have really learned their lessons in the last few years. OK, the automatic gearbox doesn't have eight ratios like the one used by the real BMW (I'll remind you that Infiniti is known as the Japanese BMW), but it does its job really well.
Toys? You want toys? The dashboard if full of lights that are used for fancy systems which keep you from hitting the car in your blind spot and let you tailgate as long as you want. It's great, I want one!
There's just one thing... I've recently met some guys who promised me that they could make my tractor start with my car key and I wonder if I can have the M fitted with a proper key start system?