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feminine or masculine

Wendell Gurley
06/18/97 02:11 PM

I always think of my car as masculine.  In Deutsche, the proper reference
would also be masculine...Der Audi, Der Mercedes, Der Volkswagen etc.  If
women did notice and appreciate your car..."oh it's so cute!"...you'd be
driving a Volkswagen Cabrio, Pontiac Fiero, or some other goofy thing.

>feminine. However, the Avus also makes use of flowing lines in it's
>exterior styling, but I don't see that as a feminine design. What gives,
>it me (no wise comments from you, Royal), or is there such a thing as
>gender based design?
>So, silly Audi-related bandwidth for sure, but I get the feeling that some
>of you may have given this a quick thought before and wondered, too, what
>gives? Audi's: feminine or masculine?
>Sean Ford
>sean@nwh.org                       '92 Audi 100CS 5spd 22K mi (sometimes
>referred to as "Adolph the Audi")
>Newton-Wellesley Hospital      '89 Suzuki Katana 600 14K mi
>Newton, MA  02162 (USA)      http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/5528