Annual tradition. Started with my dad and now it’s just me. Thanks to Frederick, we got freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee tickets. We waited til last minute to go. Sunday at 5:30pm. Literally 1.5 hours before it closed.
Is it just me or it keeps getting worse and worse for the premium automakers?
I noticed that others had more interactive booths and even ride and drives. I guess it makes sense since the common folk isn’t going to purchase the Bentley or the Aston Martin. They definitely catered towards the commoners.
The Porsche exhibit hall had a name change… interesting. 🙂
We were in and out in less than an hour. I just wanted to see my favorite automakers and I was out. It was nice to walk over from the apartment. It stopped raining and we got lucky. We walked over to #YardHouse after and by the time we were done, it was pouring. I didn’t have a jacket or an umbrella. We both got under Bear’s jacket and swiftly walked home. I managed to stay dry. 😛
I couldn’t pass up on this event, being that I was once a Range Rover owner!
The course took us on multiple terrains in the vehicles. They were also premiering the new Discovery Sport but I wasn’t interested in that.
We got in the full size Range Rover Supercharged and went for a ride!
Too bad the video didn’t work… 🙁
I’ve always loved the Range Rover and after this event, I think I’ve finally convinced Bear! He loved it too!
The car is so gorgeous and the craftsmanship is exquisite!
The girl at the check in ran over as we were about to pull out for the course and commented on how amazing I look in the vehicle. She offered to take a #selfie for me! 🙂
They also gave cookies! The best cookie I’ve ever had! It was so buttery and soft and so perfect! Made my tongue green too!
I had the privilege to give a tour of German Tuning Corporation in Irvine, CA.
This would be my dream job, review cars and ultimately test drive and have fun!
Someone hire me!