that’s so funny! Only time I had Someone in the back it was my BMW service rep and two guys who worked in service. I want them to take good care of the I8....I do not understand this word: "Passenger".
OK, seriously, I think I've only had passenger back there... three times(?) in 12,000 miles.
The first was when I took my BMW sales person and the dealership's "BMW Genius" out for a ride. My saleslady admitted she now understood why I wasn't waiting for an i4.
heh it was back of Taycan but good one!You put two people in the back of the i8??!?!
Are they still stuck in there?
Do you have food delivered?
I have my passengers take off their foot wear before entering the car and they also wear these cotton like socks that you see in hospitals.Doesn't sound like any of you have friends or family!
...imagine the mud, snow, and sand... I don't often have rear passengers in my current Porsches, but when I do
I only let passengers in after I’ve wrapped them in plastic and put them in trash bags. I’ve never heard any complaints, and they don’t seem to mind much about whether they’re in the back or in the boot.I have my passengers take off their foot wear before entering the car and they also wear these cotton like socks that you see in hospitals.
muddy feet are for my work truck fleet, not my Tacan T.A question for those who already have their Taycan: do the air vents at the front of the back seat foot wells catch a lot of sand/mud/etc. from passenger shoes?
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