True. And its easy to just move a vehicle around. If they advertise at a mall there's just nothing like having a vehicle in a mall. However user engagement might trump all and VR could come into that, pulling people in with the shiny object... VR, and leaving them with an experience that will have Infiniti burned in their memory. I'm no marketing expert but that's the way it seems to add up.Admittedly, I have a VR set and the possibilities of the system is endless. Infiniti could do so much with it but then again, I don't know the logistics and the financial cost something like that would be.
Still an interesting idea that auto makers can think about.
Now that's a great idea that would work out beautifully. For something being produced in such a high number, its unnecessaryThis would be useful if Infiniti ever came out with an exotic that they do not want the public to touch, even at car shows. But for models that are meant to sell in large quantities, it really doesn't have a purpose.