Bye-bye exhibition babe

Bye-bye exhibition babe

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Bye-bye exhibition babe

After the ban on the gridgirls of the F1, it seems that the familiar stock exchange babes have to look for a new challenge. Those who secretly like ‘the meat’ better than ‘the can’, can save themselves the way to Geneva next week.

The stock market babe has had its longest time and on the Geneva fair, which opens next Tuesday for the press and two days later welcomes the general public, we will see that emphatically, reports Bloomberg. According to the news agency, many manufacturers under pressure from the # MeToo campaign decided this year not to drape sexy ladies over their stands.

Times have changed, it’s better to have product specialists, because we sell cars, Bloomberg quotes a spokesman for Nissan. Lexus, Renault and Peugeot also leave the graceful ladies as a gift.

The Fiat brands, which traditionally not only had the most, but often also the most breathtakingly and defiantly dressed cleaners, posing around their cars, do this edition with gender-mixed human decorum, which will also be less exposed. Even at Lamborghini, where the stock market babes always seemed to be the most famous catwalks, hosts (m / f) are used that are not necessarily beautiful, but know everything about the cars.

The phasing out of the fair bit is not only due to #MeToo. Anyone who has frequented the worldwide fairs in recent years has gradually become more austere. AutoWeek already stopped in 2015 with the ever so popular stock market videos as the closing of every fair, partly because there was less and less filming. At a time when we watch television without any glare or blush, how couples cheat each other and people blindly have dates for revolving cameras, the world seems to be right in this area.

Too bad or a victory? That is for everyone to decide for themselves. The fact is that who goes to Geneva next week to admire the car news, will suffer less from ladies who obstruct the view of the cars. And the ladies? From now on, they will fund their study with a newspaper district or as a nanny.

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Many brands do the stock market babe in Geneva. Right or faint?

  • Justly. No women as a lust object.
  • Justly. I want to see cars.
  • Fainting. Those girls choose it themselves.
  • Fainting. It is a beautiful tradition.

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Many brands do the stock market babe in Geneva. Right or faint?

  • Justly. No women as a lust object. 9.3%
  • Justly. I want to see cars. 14.9%
  • Fainting. Those girls choose it themselves. 42.7%
  • Fainting. It is a beautiful tradition. 33.1%

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