It is nothing to do with that, but thanks for playing.71 pages of people getting butthurt from other people's opinion. Typical of today's generation.
These "reviewers" actually saw the car and some even drove it.
Most here can't say that... yet. The way I see it, a review is an opinion. Take it with a grain of salt because who knows how many cars the "reviewer" has actually driven. And the ones that actually drive the cars, they probably drive better than you in their sleep.
It boggles my mind how some are defending this car when they haven't drove it let alone see one in the flesh. Even when this car hits the masses, most will never experience half of what this car can do. Some of the ones talking mods will probably just end up tinting their windows and buying a can of plastidip. (That's not modding)
Be open minded when watching reviews. Like they say, one's trash is another's treasure.
If you like it, buy it. Why would you care if someone says it's too BMW to be a Toyota? Face it, its a fact.
If someone says they don't like the car because of that, what's the big deal?
Do you have to like every car?
The 'big deal' is that I want to hear about the car *beyond* the BMW parts and development. The reviewers turn their platform of objective reviews (objective to an extent because opinion's are subjective by nature but you get the point) into a drama/reality show where we have to pick sides if BMW part sharing is okay or not which dilutes the review down to this single attribute. We are all informed consumers that don't need to hear their opinion on BMW part sharing to decide for ourselves when considering the car as a whole.