Stefan drove one of those cars when I first met him. It had a lowered body, and the back windows were dark-tinted – actually a bit “no-go”, really (laughs). But whenever I climbed in, the suspension was so soft that I felt like I was on a ship. At that time, Stefan was working for Rosenthal a lot, and I with him – on my own projects and also on his. On the journey there, or on the way to the show in Milan, we spent many hours in his car. I liked the straight lines on the exterior and on the inside, and the reduced cockpit without all those fussy features. And although the car hasn't been produced for more than ten years by now, it was never a problem to get spare parts, because it was such a popular model. Practically indestructible.