Discussion in 'New Beetle' started by Deutsch, Apr 22, 2011.
Lol @ Operation: Defend Mini
Thought this was a VW thread.
Indeed. Sorry HoH the discussion was actually - totally off-topic
hehehe, i totally agree
scott's histerical defend of the mini makes me laugh... in almost every thread! xD
anyway it's good for the Beetle
I want to see dear Scott who will pick a mini coupe over a Scirocco or a Audi TT hehehe, wish to see and remember their faces;D
if the mini brand is so proud of the rocketman concept, i think the next generations gay-mini will be even more ugly than the current ones. by the way the design of the rocketman is worst than a cancer, sorry but i feel me better after to say that:/ a typical plastic toy for the wannabe-cool mini owners.
I totally loved the clubman, until i was driving that plastic car for the first time, and until i saw the skoda yeti... i mean countryman, rocketman, paceman concepts, it's enough!
SORRY SCOTT, ITS ENOUGH OF THE RIDICULOUS "COOL" MINI PROPAGANDA
Quote: martinbo (Global Moderator/Editor) GCF
No need to SHOUT at Scott27
Just to make it clear ... You've used the word gay in the same context as the words trash, ugly, worst then cancer, wannabe-cool. Do you really mean gay is trash, ugly, worst than cancer, wannabe cool? Since you have used word gay in VERY derogative way here. IMO that's very inappropriate & insulting to gay members & readers here.
I hope you apologize to them ASAP.
I'd like to end this issue now!
So, first of all, let me remind you one of our rules:
As per the above rule, rudeness and insulting posts are not tolerated. Also, keep in mind that we are a community with members from all over the world, so it's easy to misuse a word, which then can be regarded as offensive from some members.
So, I'd like you all to be carefull when using words that can easily be taken as offending, especially when you use them in a negative and/or derogatory way. That includes the word "gay", which is quite often used as a negative characterization.
I hope that I am very clear and that Mister klugscheisser87 understands me completely.
'12 Bug anyone??
ohhh really mister?
so you will need to lock me
do it now, couse I don't regret one single word I said.
And i will not apologize.
So you will need to do it
Look, you can either enjoy your 15 minutes until you're gone or try starting to contribute something valuable to this forum. It's your decision.
Speaking of which, why don't you post a pic of yourself in between the X1 and X6 in the What Do You Look Like thread
build a bridge and get over it folks. time to get back on topic.
Photoshop proposal for a Beetle R:
pretty audi-esque if you ask me
^Looks good! Very aggressive!
What is surprising about the new 12' Beetle from the new Beetle is that the color choices of yellow , green and blue have been ditched for more mundane conservative colors.
Seriously is this someones idea of a satire? come on admit it...
Indeed, why not!? Will do!:t-cheers:
Make sure the Bimmers are there too though
And Beetle R is not going to happen.
That's right, I forgot you worked at VW.
So if they don't do the R, what other models will we see in the future?
Beetle R has to happen IMO. It's now such a big frakkin car that you may as well put a powerful engine and four wheel drive into it.
Remember that VW are trying to market the car as a masculine beetle, hence the useage of the name turbo for the currently top-end model. The Beetle is essentially a VW Golf so slapping a Beetle body shell on top of a Golf R and name the car Beetle Turbo R. It's inevitable.
says someone who knows a whole lot about VWAG products. already confirmed by VW execs.
vwvortex just got their project 2012 Beetle...not bad...
They have been using the Turbo designation since the reincarnation 10 years ago, i owned one. It had the turbo logo on the back. Its just what car makers do, its not something new. And it doesnt matter what chasis is underneath, its how its managed that counts. You could say the same for the TT, and look at how stellar the TT RS has been, based on a golf chassis. So your argumentative stance can be easily dismissed.