Originally Posted by b2nvs2001
What is the obsession with the need for speed and fast and furious marketing strategy? Who the hell do they think they’re branding to?
This. I’m not here to hate on the car itself but marketing strategy is a bit odd. It’s like they are going for a younger crowd but forgetting that the MSRP is nearly $80k when optioned. Maybe they are hoping to catch those people that fell in love with F&F when they were younger when it first came out? But I feel like those people, like myself, have refined their taste over time and don’t really respond well to this type of marketing. This type of racer boy F&F image is what has kept me away from certain cars in the past.
Then again, this is my take, and it’s likely a bad take, as I can only speak for myself.
All that said, the last few seconds is 100% of the 6MT vs DCT threads on the F80 section lol.
Wife’s Car: 2020 X4M Competition, Alpine White on Black Alcantara and Biege
Current Car: 2020 F87 M2C, LBB, ZEC, 6MT (Euro Delivery Aug. 29, 2019)
Wife’s Old Car: 2018 F80 M3, Yas Marina Blue, DCT, Black 19s, Carbon Structure Anthracite Cloth/Leather Combination, Driving Assistance Package (Euro Delivery Oct. 9, 2017)
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