German Cars

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The Taiwanese do love their German cars – never have I seen so many BMW 7-Series in one location. Indeed, before I came here I saw the 7-Series as a bloated, ugly barge; it was only when I arrived here and realised that presence and status were the commodities sought that I understood the Bavarians’ vision. The 7 was not for Europe, but for Asia.

And what can be better than a BMW? A BMW with a German number plate still intact!


We believe you – it is a German product

3 Comments

  1. viki
    Posted 2007/02/13 at 10:43 | Permalink

    “The 7 was not for Europe, but for Asia.” hahaa.. um, wait, is that an insult?! oh well, its funny!

  2. Anonymous
    Posted 2007/02/18 at 02:47 | Permalink

    Hi –

    Interesting blog. Been checking it out periodically. I’m an industrial designer too here in LA. Just thought you might want to know that the BMW series is extremely popular here in the U.S. as well, not just in Asia. And it’s not only popular with Asian Americans but with all Americans as well, as with all European luxury cars. What does that say about us Americans? Cheers!

  3. Anonymous
    Posted 2007/06/03 at 03:46 | Permalink

    I’D RATHER BUY A GERMAN MADE CAR THAN AN ENGLISH ONE. CUZ THE ENGLISH CAN’T MAKE CARS!!

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