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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: +8Rich] #604665
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One they made earlier with the cooperation of Fulda tyres (a Goodyear brand).

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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Max5] #604687
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Originally Posted by Max5
One they made earlier with the cooperation of Fulda tyres (a Goodyear brand).

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No, don't like this. Too much about it reminds me of the SC430 Lexus and that's not a nice car but the previous Maybach, very much yes please. What a fantastic looking machine however will the various type approvals etc let it be built?


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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604705
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Given the size will you be allowed to drive it on a car licence! Can you imagine trying to park it. Very beautiful though. If things were right I would love to own it but I don't think things would ever be right.


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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Alistair] #604706
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I have to say 6mtrs length would certainly be a challenge down here to park.


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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604710
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Richard..... Surely It would have some sort of auto park feature, no thought or skill required, though if you are referring to over crowded car parks being the issue... I suspect it will have a TRANSFORMERS mode, where at the push of the remote it folds up into something mini sized...? smile

Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604712
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Originally Posted by Heinz
Now something completely different after this inflated embarrassing Mafia carriage by Maybach.



There really can be nothing more embarrassing than the vulgar mess that BMW have made of Rolls Royce. An exercise in bad taste.

Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604725
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Yes the cullnan is just a blocky mess. It looks like they could not be bothered.


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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Luddite] #604726
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Originally Posted by Luddite
Richard..... Surely It would have some sort of auto park feature, no thought or skill required, though if you are referring to over crowded car parks being the issue... I suspect it will have a TRANSFORMERS mode, where at the push of the remote it folds up into something mini sized...? smile

Yes George it was more the availability of spaces down here as you surmised, I am loving the thought of this car transforming maybe into a Riva as I'm sure they have taken a few styling cues from that lovely boat and of course we have a river nearby to plop it into wink


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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604802
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Definitely prefer the blue cabrio to this red coupe but the lines are sublime and better than any of the recent Italian offerings IMHO.

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Re: A different understanding of luxury and class [Re: Heinz] #604803
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The interior, however, is rather Essex

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