not sure Alfa needs to respond right now other than to tidy up what they already have in the Quad. to respond to owners request for certain features and to address the little gremlins that have popped up as a first run car.When I read about the Jaguar (sample article below) I couldn't help but wonder whether it was in response to the Q. Of course the natural next thought is how will AR respond? How much more power can be wrung out of the engine? Is the AWD system capable of handling it? How much more will customers be willing to pay? Oh, to be an AR product planner.
Dottore...Just to clarify, I am still number one on the list to order a MY18 QV as soon as the order banks open.......
I figured I would ask the very knowledgeable people of this forum for their input and opinion for arguments' sake......:grin2:
after 6 M cars (4 M3's & 2 M5's) the Quad is the way to go as opposed to the M. I would not say that if you were considering another P-Car....different cars I know by but if we are just talking about driving dynamics....well it's tough to beat a Porsche...
IF functionality (4 doors) is a deciding factor...well BMW needs to up the ante on the new M3...
did the guy pick up the Porsche yet??? if not...hold on to it..have some fun...and then let her go when you are sure about the Quad:wink2: