What makes our affinity with cars so special? After all, they're just a form of technology, built for taking us from one place to another, right? So why are we get so emotionally attached to them?
After years of life experience and keen observation in our Atlanta showrooms, we can conclude that people love their cars for a lot of reasons – some of which can be explained, while others seem to have no reason. Here's what we've concluded:
CARS ARE A CONTINUATION OF OUR PERSONALITIES
Similar to the clothes and shoes we wear, our cars help tell our stories to the world. Maybe our characteristics align with specific make, model, or just one little feature – regardless, cars help define our individual essence. Sporty, quirky, conservative, luxurious, unique, powerful, family-oriented … the list goes on and on. What part of your story does your car tell about you?
CARS ARE A PART OF THE AMERICAN DREAM
The purchase of a car marks a major milestone in a person’s life, and similar to our pets, this metal "member of the family" is who we often turn to whenever we need break away from the monotony. Whenever we need to hit the reset button, our cars are a quick solution to our need for a change of scene. It might be there for you when you just need to think, or if you just need to "drive." Cars can be an escape, both figuratively and literally, and as we all can agree – escapes just feel good.
CAR ARE AN EXPRESSION OF FREEDOM
Although it’s a bit cliche, automobile are symbolic of being free and it’s hard to find a better way to describe freedom. From Atlanta Luxury Motors to California and back, everyone can relate to that light, airy feeling of driving with the windows down and the radio up. We can always depend on our cars to get us to the places that matter most – efficiently and safely, and that's a pretty good friend to have on your side.
At Atlanta Luxury Motors, we love our cars just as much as you do, and we're passionate about finding you the perfect one, so be sure to stop by whenever you’re ready to make your next purchase.