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Ferrari is a brand that hasn’t had many bad-hair days since its birth in 1947 (if I forgive the company for the 1980s-1990s Mondial era, that is). 519 more words
The relationship between the cars you and I can buy at a dealer showroom and the souped-up versions that run in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series is, shall we say, only skin-deep. 443 more words
Many car companies have what are known as “halo brands.” These usually have features that push prices beyond the sum most consumers can spend. But they bring consumers into the showroom, if only to have a look at what they would like, but won’t be able to buy. 389 more words
By George Polgar
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Carmakers are hot for the fresh-faced demo.
Noisy, reckless and dangerous hot rods and muscle cars hold less appeal for young buyers, who like their cars like their smart phones – cool, intuitive and functional. 149 more words