So why is the Bentley Continental GT the perfect supercar for corporate lawyers? Consider what he looks like for a moment. It is soft, smooth, even a little discreet. However, under that body hides a twin-turbocharged W12 engine that produces 626 HP and 664 lb-ft of torque. So why not give them a supercar that also knows everything about being safe and at the same time being fierce? The Lamborghini Urus is one of the few SuperSUVs in the world with a perfect 5-star rating according to NHTSA and Euro NCAP safety tests.
It has multiple driver aids to keep the SUV on the road, in a large number of conditions that the AWD system can adapt to. So for a lawyer who deals a lot with exaggerations, how about a crazy, over-the-top McLaren 720S? These ridiculously fast cars, which came out a few years ago, come with a twin-turbocharged V8 that produces 710 hp and a torque load on a carbon fiber body and chassis that are designed to pierce the air as efficiently as possible. It is the first car to use carbo-tanium, a carbon fiber fabric with interwoven titanium threads. It means that less material is needed to make the car as strong as if it were pure carbon fiber.
This resulted in a vehicle weighing only 1,350 kg. Then, place a highly fitted Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 biturbo in the rear on a custom-made, sculpture-like engine mount and have it distribute 750 HP and barely believable 738 lb-ft torque. And on top of all that, add four main active aerodynamic fins to control the air passing over the body, and you'll have a car that's worth its multimillion-dollar price, if not for another reason because it's so incredibly specialized. In my opinion, lawyers seem to be more aware of the cars they drive.
Especially in California, where I live. One reason is because they want to fit the image of the lawyer. They think that driving a luxury car will project an image of success because you have to be good at what you do if you can afford an expensive car. Or they may be afraid that if they are seen in a normal car, potential clients might think that their lawyer is not doing well.
Tony is a lawyer from Philadelphia who has been hanging around on his 2003 Accord with 140,000 miles so he can get his student loans in check. Now is the time for an update. You need a good “lawyer's car”, but not something too expensive or exaggerated. But for those lucky enough to secure quality full-time employment, Edmunds combined ten professions with a specific vehicle, the results of which are as follows.
Models are listed in alphabetical order. Honda Civics seem to be very popular with almost everyone, but Edmunds is convinced that it makes particular sense for public sector employees. The appeal of the Honda Civic is made with a similar fabric. The Honda brand is known for its reliability and this will undoubtedly be a strong draw for the young government employee looking to invest in a car that promises uncomplicated longevity, Edmunds added.
There is an article in Scientific American describing this, titled “When used cars are greener than new ones. When I was a member, some of my co-workers liked to make fun of me for being “stylish”, even though my car was much cheaper than their new Subarus and Ford F-150 (the cars of choice in my geographic region). It drives perfectly and if I change cars, it's probably for a Mazda 6 that has a little more room in the back to accommodate a second car seat. She was driving a 7-year-old BMW and was under a lot of pressure to upgrade to a newer and more eye-catching model from the firm's partners to the tune of “you're a lawyer at XYZ, LLC, now, you should be driving a nicer car.
While buying a car should be based on practicality, I can understand that the image of professionalism and success plays an important role, so some lawyers may be inclined to buy a luxury car. If you're wondering what kind of car a lawyer should drive, you're not alone, even if many lawyers hate to admit that they care about something so superficial. The most environmentally friendly car is usually an old one, since the manufacture of cars (and those lithium batteries, for your information) comes at a tremendous price for the environment. In addition to my 6 year old non-luxury car, my office parking lot is full of cars under 3 years old, mostly luxury cars.
When friends are buying a new car, they call him and ask him what they should buy, and he will happily go to test cars with them (or honestly, he will go to test cars and then report a friend). He had gone out to lunch when he heard two women say they needed to find a lawyer to handle their car accident case. It's like they know that luxury cars aren't worth it for them, so drive a reliable car and grab the cash. However, cars are expensive, so it's not that every lawyer can justify a Jaguar just for commercial reasons.
So unless you can afford to buy (and store) both a practical everyday driver and the car you impress, you should have a car that fits your budget and that you enjoy driving. . .