The Penny Royce
Some cars are bred to be Chauffeured. Although it would be barbaric to compare a Toyota Corolla with the undisputed king in its class, the Rolls Royce, still nonetheless it has more in common than what meets the eye. Especially when it comes to quality, engineering and design.
I can understand that it would be difficult for you to relate but trust me I am saying with the perspective of having an exclusive experience with the car itself. And to acquainted, you would have to look closely the next time you are waiting for the valet to bring your car from the basement of a premium tavern after having your feast with your colleague or even your family perhaps. For which it arrives, the beast in pearl white, with its own sublimity up to the grand slopes of the entrance. At first you think that your vehicle has arrived but as it approaches, you suddenly realize that perhaps it is something more elegant.
As you dare to stare into its dreary eyes would feel the finesse by which it prances towards you with its 1.8L heart pumping with pride and it's CVT transmission doing all the hard work with its slick shifts up the ratios. And to make things interesting the paddle shifters do a phenomenal job on open roads to keep the engine into its power band longer and experience one hell of a backlash.
You would irresistibly try too glace past the windows but the reflection from the vivid lights from the reception makes it so more difficult. But suddenly, you are embraced by the guard who open the gates for the heritor and you are blessed by the piano black dash with plush leather seats inviting you to the heavens with its misty blue hue on its dashboard. By now you would have already become so desperate and perhaps even frustrated for not being in a Toyota showroom for you would have been able to take the pleasure of being in one.
The doors are firmly closed by the chaperone and it does with a satisfying thud which reflects the quality and the hours put into its design. And it leaves with serenity without attracting too much superfluous attention. The valet disturbs you and you realize that your vehicle has come around too without anybody perceiving it, especially you. Perhaps it's time to buy something grand you think.
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