The Boston Globe had an interesting article yesterday about how young adults are growing more and more indifferent to cars, seeing them mostly just as a means. This is of course in contrast to these kids’ parents who grew up in a time when your car represented a lot of who you are. In response, car manufacturers are releasing lines like the Ford Fiesta which come in candy colors on the outside and with iPod docks on the inside, trying to attract younger buyers back.
If you keep reading “" or if you have a copy of the Sunday paper “" you might just see a quote and pictures of someone familliar.
A once-great affair stuck in park – Boston Globe, Sunday July 12