I think that's more of a demographic thing. Certain areas will definitely have an older generation into comics. However, I think more-so x-men and daredevil comics or whatever they read lol. But it'll be sure to attract the younger generation. Hopefully by younger that includes the ones that can actually attain one and ride it.
Sorry, poor wording on my part. The g310r comic is the one that's getting the superpower wolf and police woman, etc. They'll go up against a group of evil doers called the Black Riders. It was supposed to be presented at omic Con Germany in Stuttgart on 25 and 26 June.
Starting to think it would have been better for them to create some animation, takes more effort and time but would be much more appealing to me. But even this comic is better than what other bike makers are doing, which is nothing.
That is since it already reaches out to a specific crowd and is something I can only imagine working for so long till its self life is enough.
The question now is what else will they have come out, who will they target next?
It is promotional enough, I'm just curious as to how it'll get out there to potential owners rather than owners already. But who they'll target next will be interesting. I'm sure we'll see quite a bit of social media coverage from BMW directly
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