Good question. Mr. Lutz also opines on Alfa Romeo's future in the U.S.
The last time I bought a car I noticed that, at least for the models I was interested in, the number of car colors seemed to be less than I remembered from years ago.
The economy must be great for some people.
"'I’d be bored just owning a regular car,' says Michael Fux, 72, who has six custom-colored Rolls-Royces.
More on the car-customization requirements of wealthy individuals here: "These guys drop thousands on custom cars for ultimate ego boost".
I hadn't heard the one about used cars.
Nah, I'm holding out for an '81 DeLorean.
Apparently they do.
Apparently, what "we thought" was based on an unrepresentative sample.
Too much grim prognosticating about millennials' car-buying habits was driven by impressions draw [sic] from studying members of the generation who live in big cities, such as New York and the San Francisco Bay area, where owning a car is an expensive hassle.
Dear Liberals: please let people make up their own minds. If self-driving cars are really great, people will buy them.
You can review the results of Sotheby's car auctions from 2002 to 2016.