The big Silicon Valley company people probably have lots of discretionary cash, and they've got the fancy cars to prove it. That's according to Businessinsider.com. See Check Out The Hottest Cars At Apple, Facebook, Google And Other Silicon Valley Spots to see a Tesla Roadster, a Maserati, some Porsches, a Ferrari, a Lamborghini, and as you would expect, there had to be an electric vehicle.
Tooling around the parking lots here in Midland, Texas, doesn't give an amateur photog a shot at very many exotic cars. Although, we do have the occasional Porsche. (That one was in a hospital parking spot for docs only.)
West Texans are a humble lot, and while there might be some outrageously expensive cars in town, they rest quietly in garages, not driven but gazed upon by the owners, like some priceless art pieces kept hidden from view by eccentric, reclusive owners.
Salesman: Good morning sir. I could see from the second you walked in that you are someone to reckon with, a man of importance, power, substance. And I'm certain we can put you in a vehicle that when people see you behind the wheel they will stare in awe and say, 'That is an important man. I envy that man. I want to be that man.' Tell me sir, what would it take to put you in a this exotic sports car today?
Customer: Gimme five pickups. White.
Moving right along. If a vehicle makes a statement, take a gander at "The Sticker Bus." Talk about sending a message. This one sends more messages than you can count.
Now that's making a statement.