Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Gen Y is weird

Oh well, more cars for me then.
Ford Motor Co. sees the trend as well, which is why it has introduced features such as Sync in its cars. "I don't think the car symbolizes freedom to Gen Y to the extent it did baby boomers, or to a lesser extent, Gen X-ers," said Sheryl Connelly, global trends and futuring manager. "Part of it is that there are a lot more toys out there competing for the hard-earned dollars of older teens and young adults."


Bag Blog said...

Those doors are just a bit freaky.

Wek said...

Yeah, I guess so. What are the point of vertically opened doors?