BMW M3, your most serious threat has arrived.
It's literally been untouchable for years, but that may all soon end. The BMW M3 has owned the high-performance luxury sedan segment since the day the E36 launched in 1992. Many have tried, but no automaker has managed to surpass the M3's ideal blend of sport, luxury, and kick ass performance in one great package. But now there's a new kid in town, the just revealed Alfa Romeo Giulia QV. With its Ferrari-derived twin-turbo V6 spitting out 510 hp, six-speed manual, RWD, and 50/50 weight distribution, do you think the M3 (425 hp) is about to be dethroned?