On the other hand, the new Maybach is less accepted in the business world.
The problem with it is that the current situation lets it seem less
appropriated to drive a car more expensive than usual in better times,
firing thousands of employees at the same time because of economical
People who work in the computer business or in creative jobs such as advertisers,
architects or designers, can select from a less restricted range of cars. They
can afford to make their childhood's dream come true and may buy an classic car,
an off-road vehicle or a sports car. But, it has to be something fine at any
Appropos sports car. Affording a vehicle with an all too sporty appearance is a
very delicate issue. To most German's point of view, sporty guys often tends to
risky actions, which causes such cars being less advisable for business men who
deal with people's money. This is presumably the reason why the fast sedans'
market is such a big one here.
Another matter to pay attention to, refers to extremely wasteful vehicles such as
a Lamborghini, a Rolls Royce or SUVs. Big isn't beautiful, similar to the Maybach,
they aren't accepted. Wasting resources just because of being able to do so isn't
tolerated and deemed to be unreasonable and ruthless toward the society, finally
not helpful to make deals with anyone.
Says, luxury is a question of sophistication and intelligence in Germany,
not one of being big or looking ostentatious as it is the case in some other
countries. And, the social rearrangements to come in the next years here won't
certainly cause a change of this situation. The poor ones will be poorer :-(
and the rich ones will get richer ;-) in future - questionably, if it will be
shown by buying an even bigger car then :-( ???
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