The new Corvette is mean and modern. Zora Arkus-Duntov, the father of the Corvette, in 1954.
If the value of a car consists of practical values and emotional appeal, the sports car has very little of the first and consequently has to have an exaggerated amount of the second.
This is the car I’ll probably never have. The only Corvette I’ve driven belonged to my boss. I wrecked it.
I’d be more careful with this one.