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Discussion in 'Tesla' started by RobStark, Feb 1, 2017.
Tesla Model S #1 In Sales In Large Luxury Segment In U.S. In 2015 And 2016
Cue the trite "Model S is not a Large Luxury car" tripe from the ICE lemmings.
I was thinking BMW must be pretty happy until I got down to the 6 series.........did the 7 series get a refresh at all?
The old phrase, "The footsteps are getting louder!" comes to mind.
The 6 series is a bit long in the tooth ...
More than a refresh, an all new 7 Series.
Cue the trite "Model S is not a Large Luxury car" tripe from Tesla!
After all they always tried to convey that the Model S is simply a "premium electric sedan".
Over here in Germany it was never seen as anything else but a large luxury car by the way. I remember when I stressed that here on the forum several times there was usually a backlash from fanboys reminding me that the Model S is "not a luxury car". How things can change...
Nothing has changed.
Tesla has not insisted its not a luxury car that is some owners/fans.
Those that insist Tesla is not a luxury car but a "premium high performance economy car" still do.
I think that is silly and always have.
When you have the best you don't need to bang people over the head with the word "luxury" ad infinitum.
If you charge a luxury level price consumers will compare and contrast with luxury cars in its price class.
Doesn't mean Tesla should ditch its minimalist interiors for Parisian Cathouse Interiors.
Tesla has a different concept of luxury. Luxuriously quiet without isolation, fueling overnight at home while you sleep, OTA updates without having to schedule a visit to a dealer etc.
No denying any of that at all. My comment was intended to be humorous, as I found the post by jimmyjohn ironic itself.
Then again, we Germans are well known around the world for not having a great sense of humour