Xeon SX said:U talk about style???? u say porsche has one or its better?
Hear yourself again.... this is madness.
Buba said:I'd wait for the Z4M... Gonna blow EVERYTHING to pieces in that segment...
pdanev said:And how's that different than mercedes? And any other german car manufacturer for that matter. They have hardly any new designs, all their models look the same, and they get facelifts every now and then.
MXM said:Xeon SX:
You prefer SLK styling because Boxster reminds you of 911?
Great argument :?
And is that a bad thing? Porsche is a respected manufacturer, with familiar designs that are known throughout the world. They don't need to reinvent themselves every few weeks with some new gimmicky styling like other companies that are going through redesigned cars nowadays that will be outdated before the next model design when the industry moves on to something else.Xeon SX said:pdanev said:And how's that different than mercedes? And any other german car manufacturer for that matter. They have hardly any new designs, all their models look the same, and they get facelifts every now and then.
U've got to be joking, how can u compare porsche to any other manufacturer? 99% of all people will admit that porsches dont change in design much.
I'm sorry, but I believe you're wrong about BMWs when you make that dangerously general statement. I agree with you on the Audis and Mercedes (to an extent), but BMW's design revolution in 2002-2003 was so, well, revolutionary when their new cars were taken in context with the old models from the mid-90's that had been an evoltution of the original formal 3-box design that had worked for them for so long (since the late 60's). Any passing glance at a 2002 7-series, which is barely distinguishable from a 5-series, to a new one with its complex headlight shape and utterly wierd rear will prove my point.pdanev said:I know these are current models, but as I said earlier, its not like they've changed much in the past decade.