He might as well have said that, he being Frans van Riel, the owner of a Belgian firm which rents out Porsches to other companies.
Van Riel drove journalists around today in a Porsche Boxster.
Granted, the Boxster is not exactly the most awe-inspiring car the Porsche factory ever churned out, but it's a decent set of wheels, and it was definitely more than sufficient to show off several new Pioneer gadgets which had been built into the car.
As said Japanese gizmos were not interesting enough to fully occupy my mind ('Wow, that's 0.4 lateral G's! Let me call my mum!'), I started interrogating Mr. Van Riel, for being curious is what I do for a living.
Turns out his favourite car to drive in, from all the Porsches he could choose from, was a... Citroen C5.
I think the Citroen C5 is a very good car for people who are (a) married, (b) in the possession of a Labrador retriever, (c) brain dead. Come to think of it, (a) and (b) pretty much cover (c).
There ought to be a law to disown people like Mr. Van Riel and give their cars to people who are less cold blooded, and who can provide Porsches with the TLC they both need and deserve.
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