German cars, for the most part, all feel taut yet comfortable, stiff yet compliant. They can also be characterized by having accurate steering with good feel, except for maybe some Audis. They’re also, usually pretty reserved when it comes to styling and design and are known for superior build quality
It’s definitely one of the best countries to actually own a car in, as it’s the only place in the world with an Autobahn, which is essentially a (semi) unrestricted motorway and most German cars can achieve way over 100 mph, it’s actually now common practice for German manufacturers to electronically limit the top
German cars are well engineered, sometimes to be amazing performance machines and sometimes to be incredibly high-tech (and often both) but, Porsche aside, German cars don’t have the best track record for reliability.
They last as long. German cars are typically overengineed and require more specialized tools compared to Japanese cars but both are made of high quality materials.