THE VISCOUNT: No one? But wait! I'll treat him to. . .one of my quips!. . .I saw one of those in that bright safety yellow recently. The nose was ridiculously huge in person lol. Like distracting large.
Damn, Boomer. Respect!.
I was a BMW aficionado for decades, starting with my first one, a 1972 2002 Tii. (really should have kept that ugly little orange car)
My last one was a 1990 735i E32. Wonderful car to drive, PITA to work on, but still more or less manageable for me.
The grill is horrifying, the headlights look like stickers. Otherwise, I like a lot of that car, and in particular that the interior still looks like a car and not some stupid video game. I like a Genesis, too.I didn't mean the performance of the powertrains, but the reliability of certain models. I.e. the E60 M5 is pretty much a bad car to purchase.
The 7 Series Bangle butt is rightfully the umm, butt of many jokes. But a lot of the 2000s BMW designs have aged pretty well IMHO.
I offer to you the new Genesis G80 and the Lexus LX. (Btw Hyundai/Genesis are executing really well, so I wasn't implying they don't make great cars.) Ever larger grilles are just a "thing" now with luxury cars. Let's hope one day there will be a reversal.