I33t wrote:I've been to NZ a number of times. It's a lovely place to visit.
The opportunities to use a high performance car in NZ are extremely limited. The roads are narrow with tight verges, there is a lot of slow traffic and the distances between cities is populated with little towns and villages so the open highway distances are short. Add the many twists and turns along the road and you have a good picture of what it's like. Around every corner there is another terrific scenic view.
I think an i3 REX would be ideal transport in NZ unless you routinely drove the length of the island (~800km North Island, and ~1000km South Island) Around Auckland, it would be a blast.
Well you have never been off the main roads as the good driving and faster driving is on the secondary roads. Just like America or Australia.
Your fines in Australia are more than double NZ so I would not be racing at all their. You don't even get 10k over any limit it's more a police country now.
The i3 is fast and would be fun but my concern as as before is the poor front seats and the poor corning. If BMW improves those 2 items I would have an i3 now. As you understand tight corners like tight steering not lazy steering as the i3 is at the moment.
BMW's own words "Ultimate Drivers Machine"