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As soon as I saw the South Korean launch on YouTube, I knew I had to have the blue. The launch event featured a blue one and it was looking good, and they look even better in real life. Sapphire Blue, no more dark pacific blue.
Interestingly, the main Korean YouTuber that covers everything from South Korea, commented that in Korean society the lighter blue is considered juvenile. They obviously broke their rules for others.
 

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I'm having so much fun driving it. 3115 lbs (w/o sunroof) makes it tossible and fun. More expensive high-strength steel than ever before. Tuned by Albert Biermann - former BMW M-division chief.
 

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I'm having so much fun driving it. 3115 lbs (w/o sunroof) makes it tossible and fun. More expensive high-strength steel than ever before. Tuned by Albert Biermann - former BMW M-division chief.
That great to hear! Have you been able to drive it a lot since you got it?
 

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That great to hear! Have you been able to drive it a lot since you got it?
It has around 500 pleasure miles on it in a month and a half.
I am retired, all my groceries are delivered and online retailers deliver the rest.

I went without any car for the last six years.
Uber and above referenced online retailers made it totally doable with a couple of exceptions.
I realized after hurricane Irma that I really needed a car for getting things like gasoline for the generator.
So I was thinking about it heavily and then the pandemic hit, and the car went to the top of the list.
So now I have a chance really enjoy the car because I am always going to some type of scenic area, or no place in particular. This car makes you want to keep driving on and on.
 

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It has around 500 pleasure miles on it in a month and a half.
I am retired, all my groceries are delivered and online retailers deliver the rest.

I went without any car for the last six years.
Uber and above referenced online retailers made it totally doable with a couple of exceptions.
I realized after hurricane Irma that I really needed a car for getting things like gasoline for the generator.
So I was thinking about it heavily and then the pandemic hit, and the car went to the top of the list.
So now I have a chance really enjoy the car because I am always going to some type of scenic area, or no place in particular. This car makes you want to keep driving on and on.
Sounds like you made the right choice and It's that you're able to enjoy it given everything that 2020 has thrown at us!
 
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