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Old 04-27-2017, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Michael Schott View Post
That is a much more balanced and coherent article. However if the stockholders are right and BMW does what's best to compete in the future, driving dynamics are not part of the equation. To be fair, the picture drawn in that article applies to all luxury car companies and paints a grim future for the enthusiast.

I guess millennials favor tech over driving pleasure. The trend is towards autonomous cars and safety features like lane assist.
Is there anything good that millennials favor? Man, I'm getting older and more crotchety by the minute.
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