|I mean, that's why a Rolls Royce is truly luxurious, and a Maybach is just ostentatious.|
I do agree with you on this, but just because a car is ostentatious doesn't mean it isn't luxurious. I've been chauffeured in both Rolls Royces and Maybachs and they are both luxurious. Of course if I had to choose I'd say the RR is much more so, but that may be because of heritage bias. The Maybach is very nouveau riche whereas the RR is old money.
|A high-sided, slammed, VIP look MPV is never going to be luxurious because it's trying to be something it's not.|
What's to say that an MPV can never be luxurious just because that particular segment of the market isn't tailored to it? I know plenty of multimillionaires in Hong Kong whose kids are driven around in Alphards, Vellfires, Elysions and Elgrands. Its the family car of choice for the elite here.
I'd just like to ask, in your mind, what constitutes as a luxury car? (excluding the RR of course).