I receive the Financial Times daily in my mailbox. It was received as part of cashing in all of my airline miles for 32 magazine and newspaper subscriptions a year ago to avoid losing my miles.
In Monday's paper, I read THIS ARTICLE about Bentley's automobile sales.
This line caught my eye …
… Mr. Paefgen said Bentley was a small producer of emissions. "First of all, it is only 10,000 cars (per year) but also most of our customers have three, four, or five cars so they don't drive their Bentley so much," he said. "A lot of our cars might even be zero-emission cars because they are standing in a garage all year."
An average Bentley starts out at over $200,000. And "a lot … of the cars are standing in a garage all year"
Is this the same world I live in?