GRAZIE MICHELE

Oltre a ringraziare di nuovo l’ufficio stampa di Nissan Italia per avermi concesso la Nissan Leaf, mi sono dimenticato di ringraziare una persona il cui aiuto è stato fondamentale per la mia due giorni di test drive con la Nissan Leaf.

La persona è Michele Nicolosi mio amico ed ex collega a Iperauto Bergamo Jaguar Land Rover.

Per ricaricare la Nissan Leaf avevo pensato di portarla al punto EVbility sotto le pensiline a Dalmine o al LIDL di Dalmine.

Poi la soluzione migliore mi è sembrata portarla da Michele che lavora al concessionario Nissan di Bergamo Gruppo Carmeli dove hanno un punto di ricarica ad hoc.

Detto fatto, un po’ alla garibaldina, Michele mi ha lasciato caricare la Nissan Leaf durante la notte, sotto la pioggia per giunta e la mattina dopo era bella carica per nuovi test drive.

Michele è uno dei più bravi venditori con cui ho lavorato, sia per il lato commerciale che per come gestisce il cliente.

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ITALIAN CARS AT THE HELLENIC MOTOR MUSEUM

The first museum I saw in Athens was the Hellenic Motor Museum.

Sorry Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, you are always on my mind, but cars first 😅

I found italian masterpieces:

Tell me, automotive muse…

Ferrari Testarossa: this is one of the few cars whose design makes me blow my mind.

Maserati Merak SS

POOR MASERATI!

Kalimera!

This is the Maserati Showroom at the company’s headquarter in Modena, Emilia Romagna, Italy.

I’ve been there for work.

It was an honour and the fulfilment of a personal and professional dream.

Please note that green white red is the italian flag.

The tricolour, il tricolore.

This is the Maserati importer in Athens.

External view.

Too lazy to put a logo or a sign.

It could be a Xerox reseller.

I could, making an extreme effort of tolerance, understand the presence in the store of this car and would shake my hand to somebody who would reasonably buy it.

After years, it still rocks.

Old but gold.

But can somebody explain the purpose of this car in the store?

Is it a mascot?

The dealer of that preistoric age wasn’t able to sell it?

The previous owner was not satisfied?

Please bring it to the Hellenic Motor Museum where it deserves to be and make room for the new range.

Very sad and depressing isn’it?

I can see with my eyes the greek car market situation especially for not luxury brands but…

How can you represent a glorious italian car brand in such a slobby and unworthy way?

Please god Poseidon, express your anger, there’s your trident on each of this italian carriage who has two more wheels and MORE horsepower than yours!

And…

This is the only Maserati I am able to buy now 😉

THANK YOU GREECE

The development of today’s technology would have been uncertain without the costless recovery by western civilization (after maturing for 1000 years) of the “forgotten” ancient greek technology.

Museum of Ancient Greek Technology Athens Greece

Thank you Greece, without you we wouldn’t have cars.

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