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    Apparently it's going to production...





    http://www.caradvice.com.au/158402/b...ion-car-spied/

    More info about the concept: http://www.bmw-i.com/en_ww/bmw-i8/


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    :scratchchin:

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    Looks more like an updated Hyundai Tiburon than a BMW

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    Does anyone else see Porche 944 in the back end?

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    https://duttongarage.com/2019-BMW-i8~57601
    $100k off retail apparently.
    What?s a 2015 second hand one worth. Gotta be low $100k one would think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fil-Ski View Post
    https://duttongarage.com/2019-BMW-i8~57601
    $100k off retail apparently.
    What?s a 2015 second hand one worth. Gotta be low $100k one would think.
    Dumb cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBO View Post
    love google translate.

    Chinglish at it's best...

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    Better study car than my '98 lancer GLXI.

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    Checkout last nights 4 Corners about international students and Australian universities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivesix View Post
    Better study car than my '98 lancer GLXI.
    Rich boy...I was in a '62 VW Kombi that I bought for $500 with a broken throttle linkage that I'd jerry rigged to some string into the cabin and operated by hand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy@MMRT View Post
    Rich boy...I was in a '62 VW Kombi that I bought for $500 with a broken throttle linkage that I'd jerry rigged to some string into the cabin and operated by hand.

    Thats cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fivesix View Post

    Thats cool!
    And drove from Ballina to Sydney without a clutch :hyper: totally melted the starter by the time I pulled in, but learnt to clutchless shift like a boss...

    damn I was poor back then :clap: mummy and daddy never bought me a $350k beemer...I did get a pushbike though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy@MMRT View Post
    And drove from Ballina to Sydney without a clutch :hyper: totally melted the starter by the time I pulled in, but learnt to clutchless shift like a boss...

    damn I was poor back then :clap: mummy and daddy never bought me a $350k beemer...I did get a pushbike though
    My folks let me keep the Honda MT 125 we had on the farm when I left home. With no rear foot pegs, it was hard to pick up girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhh View Post
    My folks let me keep the Honda MT 125 we had on the farm when I left home. With no rear foot pegs, it was hard to pick up girls.
    My bike on the farm was some non-brand three-wheeler. It didn't have any brakes

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    The BMW i8 is a revolutionary product towards the Automobile business. Although expensive it is great on the exterior and interior. It is appealing and whoever sees it has a sort of enjoying towards it quickly. I cherish this vehicle and would favor it over a Ferrari quickly. It is surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    The BMW i8 is a revolutionary product towards the Automobile business. Although expensive it is great on the exterior and interior. It is appealing and whoever sees it has a sort of enjoying towards it quickly. I cherish this vehicle and would favor it over a Ferrari quickly. It is surprising.
    Don't be ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aircon View Post
    Don't be ridiculous
    you talking to a bot bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fil-Ski View Post
    Checkout last nights 4 Corners about international students and Australian universities.
    Watched it. What a disaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBO View Post
    Watched it. What a disaster.
    I got dragged into an academic misconduct case last year. One of my (Indian) group members plagiarised everything. He even plagiarised from one of the group members. WTF.

    90% of my postgrad cohort is Indian or Chinese and I'd say 60% of them really struggle with English.

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