I agree. CTR is FWD and nowhere near as powerful or fast as some of my other cars yet it feels better to drive than anything else I've owned. It's definitely changed my outlook as to what I'm looking for in a car going forward.
Not bad for ~$50k but the styling and lack of manual were deal-breakers for me. For the same $ I went a different direction. Even for the street it seems like no one who's owned both regret upgrading to the M2.
2023 BMW M2 vs Toyota GR Supra: Track Test
One is a track-ready two-door BMW coupe tuned for the track. The other is an M2. But which is the better sports car?