Oh, right. The new Independence Day movie did something similar and spent a good bit of time with a weirdly mint condition 83 Caprice wagon. I guess woodgrain and wagons were just a part of the landscape for so long that it’s almost a subconscious understanding of what “family car” looks like.
Wood paneling really ought to make a comeback, though; Done right it’s beautiful. Honestly, I even like it when it’s done wrong:
I find it funny how video games always depict the road and automobiles like as if it’s still the 1970s, even in the 21st century.
I saw one commercial with a girl singing and she nearly rear-ends someone but nope, driving assist stops the car for her. Not commenting other than that.
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