i'm an outlier then, i've been "shopping" on the porsche configurator for years ;P
i remember an amazon config website that looks close to this but had an actual options list like one you'd see from honda. either limiting configurations via grouping options, or packaging them in trim levels, etc. could reduce the complexity, too. but to your audi experience, it's easier to get away with fewer options lower in the market. with a feista fewer options are ok, but with an a8 not as much.
>You’re asking me to pick up my life (university, work, friends, family, etc) because you hate/love Amazon?
No, I don't give a fuck what you do. But you want to live where you are AND complain that Amazon makes it comfortable to do so?
Some people have to leave behind EVERYTHING to move to a new city to try and make a better life for themselves.
NOT having to do this sounds like all-around improvement.
>Amazon offers EVERYTHING conveniently in a country where nothing is made convenient.
Yes, This is called an unmitigated moral good. Lives improved by the millions.
>You need a car to go to virtually any store with suburbanization.
Amazon can help you get one of those too.
It definitely depends on make and model, but it's not a new thing. I think the Toyota Corolla has offered them for about 25 years, and the Corolla is not exactly a luxury vehicle.
1999 Corolla mentioning "automatic headlights"
Its gotta be a 90s merc. EDIT: Almost certainly a 96+ E class.
The rear looks boxy and front looks like a late 90s e class. No wrap around lights. Its NOT a caddy deville because of something called the "prestige gap"-- the gap from the front wheel to the end of the fender/start of the front door. Its much larger than a fwd based car (caddy) and RWD or RWD based cars have this much larger gap. Look up a prestige gap. It's a 90s benz. Very likely an e class but could be late 90s s. I just dont see an s class tho, it's too small.
EDIT: Notice the rims. They look like they're solid. Very very few cars have rim that are so fulk they look solid from a blurry pic. It's likely this car https://www.amazon.com/1998-Mercedes-Benz-E320/dp/B0119TT0A6