Post cars that Gentleman drive.
I'm tired of all these boy racer hot hatches.
I dont care if its fast or slow. I dont care if its unreliable. Just post nice looking cars that a gentleman would drive.
> i enjoy a more expensive maxima
Is this a meme of some sort?
what does this have to do with being a gentleman?
Name the time, place, and weapon of choice
>Name the time, place, and weapon of choice
June 9th of 2026, In the ruins of new york city, No weapons, just fists
Screencap this shit
MEET ME ON 65th and LEX IN THE RUINS
Omg you are so gonna get it in 10 years
No because I wouldn't buy one. And even though women are daft when it comes to cars, so being an Audi or not would pretty much be irrelevent for them, I'd be ashamed to be seen in one by any other fellow car enthusiast.
Anything really, so long as it's not overtly vulgar (like a fucking bright red Audi, for example). I don't know if gentleman really has a single established meaning, but I don't think any of the things it could mean have much to do with choice of car.
even has a hybrid option in the works, one of the best selling suvs of all time.
get the turbo if you want sport but in my opinion this thing has it all
>I don't have the money to buy an Audi, so I'll just be a fucking autist about it
>I'm also a virgin and never touched a girl
OP stated "gentlemans car", not senior citizen commuter
You reckon? I'd probably say the Land Rover Discovery.
Really, though, I reckon that says something about big SUVs in general. I reckon a midsize exec in a muted colour would be much more fitting, though I daresay there are gentlemen out there who need seven seats.
Taking into account the new Range Rover screams bling, and the Q7/X5 are far from being understated...
This is pretty stealthy.
I guess, when you compare it to that stuff.
Like I say though, I think there's something quite ungentlemanly about the whole class. Maybe that's just my personal prejudice, though.