Distracted driving caused 5,474 deaths in 2009—with 995 linked to cell phones. So why is Big Auto packing new models with blinky-screen “infotainmentsystems” that let you Facebook, Tweet, etc. while driving?
Top Ford exec: “The biggest turnoff to a twentysomething consumer is to put their life on hold when they sit in a car.” Can’t live with it, can’t live without it.
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…most appalling is the idea that Chrysler is one of the great things about gritty Detroit and America, when in fact it’s one of the corporate locusts that choked the city and nation purple with its credit-backed gobbling of skilled labor and its excretion of abandoned worker plants. It’s as if some Wall Street marketer hired by Chrysler was stuck at his social-worker sister’s apartment in West Harlem and skimmed her copy of the November/December Mother Jones while she was preparing two cups of kombucha in the kitchen. Because, clearly, the creators of this ad read Charlie LeDuff’s amazing elegy for his hometown…and, clearly, they didn’t get it at all.