First episode of my new automotive web series that focuses on the soul of a car rather than the technical data. I know what you’re thinking, “Andrew, cars don’t have souls, especially red ones”. Technically you’re correct, machines do not in fact have souls but they’re a product of someone’s artistic vision and I think to some degree that translates to having an inkling of a soul. Philosophical debates aside, i hope you enjoy this episode and will stay tuned for all those to come.
March 18, 2014 in Uncategorized
Tagged 458 italia, Buick, canyon drive, culmination project, driving, ferrari, general motors, golf, golfing, haldex, LA, lamborghini, malibu, mammoth, motoring, Regal GS, shayn pospisil, Snowboarding, surfing, venice
It seems that every other day some old fart with a soapbox from which to shout from has figured out why young people aren’t buying cars like they used to. The general consensus from the all knowing over the hill crowd is that we don’t fancy the four wheeled freedom machines. According to them, we’re a bunch of cheap, eco-conscious, bike loving, CVT adoring, car haters, and you know what? They’re right, well, they’re sort of right, they’re in the general vicinity of being somewhat correct. Continue reading
Posted in The Friday Rant
Tagged Acura, america, audi, Automotive, BMW, city life, driving, eco- conscious, eco-friendly, ford, gas mileage, Generation Y, germany, GM, jack In the box, Japan, Korea, Mercedes Benz, Millennialls, rant, Scion, smart cars, soapbox, subaru, The youth market, toyota, VW