The only thing the Honda Element and Scion bbX have in common is the generation they're made for.
By Michael MoyerPosted 05.24.2002 at 2:35 pm 0 Comments
Next stop: Generation Y. Carmakers know that the 70 million Americans born between 1977 and 1994 are opinionated, shrewd, and fickle. A tricky group to market to, but one approach is to engineer a vehicle around what the next wave of car buyers actually do in their spare time. Which, in the case of an SUV, may be something other than driving to Home Depot and the mall. The Honda Element, based on the company's Model X concept vehicle, is about the fashion of high functionality. Its cartoonish, boxy design is made for road trips and other adventures.