Detroit 2010 NAIAS: Observations, Part Three
Our writer’s final observations of his trip to the Detroit Auto Show this year.
By J. Smith
Unfortunately, most of the guys at the auto show are some combination of middle-aged or older, overweight, bald and not altogether attractive. There were, however, some exceptions.
These hard-working young Ford men deserve some recognition.
And . . . that’s about it for masculine eye candy. Sorry, man-hungry hordes. Progress simply hasn’t caught up with the auto show circuit.
But in all fairness, the women at the show were typically well versed in the product and willing to answer my many idiotic questions with good nature and aplomb. This Lincoln Lady was very helpful and had a plethora of information about the MKS.
The woman in the Merc, earlier found searching for leprechauns, looks like Isabella Rossellini to me.
Audi’s models were gorgeous, poised and teutonically distant.
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