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I agree Audi has nailed it. BMW is pretty much up **** creek without a paddle. They have to keep the BMW look, but can't because there really is nowhere to go from here, they've taken it as far as they can.Really, I don't think Mercedes either has a language or that it "works". Audi improved by leaps and bounds, they easily build the most attractive cars of the three now with a few notable exceptions in BMW's favour. BMW is still searching where to take it from here, for sure. That's unfortunate, as I was hoping they settled for something with the 1er and 3er.
I agree. There is not a single Mercedes that I would have if it were given to me free of charge. Audis are by far my favorite of the German luxury marques.Really, I don't think Mercedes either has a language or that it "works". Audi improved by leaps and bounds, they easily build the most attractive cars of the three now with a few notable exceptions in BMW's favour.
I WISH Taxis looked this good.Wow, that's... uninspiring. How can they have gone so backwards? Of course they are just renderings at this stage. To be honest though, I can't think of anyone that has really got the uber large class right. A8 Phaeton just look big but devoid of passion, S-Class front fenders look at odds with the rest of the car, Lexus looks like a taxi (albeit VIP). Don't get me started on Maybach, Bentley or RR. Did I miss anyone?
Derivative wedge-on-wheels shape, short stumpy trunk, giant wheels, etc. This car's general shape is no different than an Accords. All modern cars look the same. I'd puke if I had to drive a car that looked like that.I WISH Taxis looked this good.