- Oct 31, 2004
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The Bangle design BMW's. Innovative and ahead of their time or horrible miscarriage of a motoring dynasty? Discuss.
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And I've read about his speeches to journalists / design students, and again he mentions a lot of non-car, non-road related objects.Originally Posted by imageWIS
From the coolest car thread (Thanks Aaron!): I don't disagree. But you originally said he based car design primarily on architecture, whereas now you seem to be agreeing that his influences are more eclectic. --AndreOriginally Posted by Andre Yew
As per Bangle, they are primarily based on architecture.Originally Posted by imageWIS
Personally, I don't care where he draws his inspiration. He designs ugly cars.Originally Posted by briancl
That is not true. It doesn't bother me that we disagree on his aesthetic, but I'd rather judge his cars by what they actually are instead of bringing whatever motivations he may have had into it. --AndreOriginally Posted by Andre Yew