Originally Posted by turboman808
Didn't answer the question, just posted pictures of cars you like.? So explain how a M3 is more practical then a M5 and then tell me how its faster then a Mroadster.
Look, let's face it. You made one of those stupid comments newbs make on this site when they think they have a strong opinion, let's call it a preference, but they make the naive and childish assumption that their view should be made into a hard and fast rule. (e.g. "OMG Pleated pants are stoopid!") The bottom line is that the "4-door coupe" is an anomaly and virtually nonexistent, while tons of car makers make plenty of money selling "2-door coupes" (e.g. normal coupes) to plenty of reasonable people (G37, BMW 3-series, Mercedes C230, Nissan Altima, the list goes on and on and on). Hell, if you want to stretch the definition of coupe to include 4-door cars, then surely you must also count the Porsche 911, which is a four-seater with two doors. I guess that's "the wrong car" by your definition.
Obviously, a standard coupe is something of a compromise between sportiness and practicality. But so is every single car on the road. But why draw the line at coupes? By your logic, an M5 is impractical when you could have a Hummer, and an MRoadster is no good because you could have a Lotus. Your selection is so arbitrary so as to be meaningless, and it's obviously in a tiny minority given the number of "2-door coupes" on the market as compared to "4-door coupes."