The M235i is delightfully agile, with BMW's trademark neutral weight distribution clearly a key factor in getting the car (rapidly) around bends.
On really tight ones (such as those found on the twisty infield circuit at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where we were let loose for a few laps), there is predictably a touch of understeer. But with 326 "horses" driving the rear wheels, it's easy to edge the tail out with a bit of throttle to compensate.
For the full details, read our cover story in the April issue!
|Get a copy of the April 2014 issue of Torque to discover the latest cars and enjoy the greatest car features.|
Torque, published by SPH Magazines, is available at all newsstands now.
David Ting is the editor of Torque magazine by SPH Magazines.
Check out more stories at Torque online at www.torque.com.sg.