The company does industrial design with an automotive specialty.
To the Editor:
Here are some thoughts on Keith Crain's Oct. 17 column, "Gas prices fall: What do you do?"
Youths are embracing small-displacement engines, as usual.
We boomers are getting older, and we are a shrinking market and more concerned about saving our small stash of cash.
Gone are the days of filling the tank for $5; now $50 is a closer number.
The V-8 has a shrinking market, and the V-6 is on shaky ground.
The corporate average fuel economy rules, misguided as they are, are a reality that must be faced, and the four-cylinder is going to be one of the ways to reach the goal.
This economy is going to be the norm for some time to come.