Human beings absorb far more information than they consciously acknowledge. This results in the subconscious influence of information on our lives. It is only in moments where we take the time to reflect on our observations that we begin to become mindful of the things that we see but are never cognizant of. These are the little things that can be easily dismissed only to have a profound effect on our perceptions of reality.
The associations we make with vehicle manufacturers are pivotal ones. Perhaps this is the reason why when a famous motoring journalist sets the precedent for the connotations relating to a specific car company, nobody questions it. However, are his opinions set in stone or can they be equally critiqued?