A Stepford wife
The Audi A8L is a triumph of technology—a car that performs so well, doing everything you ask, exactly the way you want it done. Yet because of this, there’s less romance—it’s like having a Stepford wife.
Can a car perform too well?
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- sailorcolin answered: YES, no one buys an AUDI jsut to drive it. There is some driving passion that goes with that buy. There for you need to feel the car more!
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- theaccidentalstarthrower answered: No. A car can perform perfectly and still have soul. Audi just haven’t figured that last part out, yet.
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- daifuku888 answered: No, I like styling that is perfect and is more glamorous and sportier than honesty.
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- eenfish answered: Yes. Unequivocally yes
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- mysticalchris answered: I don’t like how cars are becoming so automated… I like flawless design, but I still like the feel of a clutch and shifting between gears..
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