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Old 04-29-2017, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Kafkaesque328 View Post
Never changes, always the case. Any review or article about BMW in any automotive mag will be followed by a ton of comments from like 4 guys who likely drive 10 year old Camry V6's (ultimate sleeper bro!) or STI's or something going on and on about how bad BMW is and how much of a rip off they are and on and on. Jealous or something, otherwise, why comment if you are so stoked on your Civic Si or whatever?
The vibe from these 2 articles(truthaboutcars and bloomberg) seems to be different than usual ones, right? Usually BMW press releases and/or journalist meets tend to be marketing hypes and such. Inviting journalists to internal "tech meets" is somewhat unusual, let alone allowing journalists to sit through battle-cry sessions.

But again this can be triggered by spy reports given to BMW brass of actual Model 3 protos that bend curves better than 3-series and have better ranges than i3, and the BMW brass just cannot ignore their own deficiencies any longer .... My 2 cents and hypothesis of course.
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