Submitted by jdub4051 on Sat, 2015-02-21 12:33
this is probably the most naive topic, but i'm just curious, is a tesla fun to drive past 40 as it is for us younger folks in our 20s and 30s?
likely a very short sighted question given my lack of years on this earth, but i don't see myself caring about nice cars past 40 years old. i can understand us young folks who are materialistic and care about impressing others (anyone who buys a 100K+ car is not buying it for functionality - let's be honest). but i would think past 40 (maybe 50?) years old, one has surpassed that phase of egoism and pride.
would other younger folks agree? older folks disagree? not meaning to start a flame, but this is truly more of a spiritual and psychology question. personally, i've always wondered when i'd get out of this phase of caring to impress others. but i've been this way since i was young. maybe it is the result of inauspicious origins?
nonetheless, i despise people like the kardashians for their pretentiousness and self-importance, but when i look at the things i do, i can't pretend to be any better...