When Janis Joplin began to sing, exercising a soulful automotive directive over her turbo charged voice: “Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a Mercedes-Benz? / My friends all drive Porsches, I must make amends,” little did she know that the illusory happiness promised (but rarely delivered) by the pursuit of worldly goods, would not come to fruition.
This could be because to drive such a vehicle, you have not only made it; so to speak, you appreciate the high speed path that took you on such am enthralling journey or drive to automobile heaven.
Cars have always been seen as a versatile form of art, affecting the way we get behind the wheel to the way the wheels move all the way through to how the engine and exhaust sound.
Driving is supposed to be part of everyday life, so in that context we should strive to live in a modern day automotive environment which reflects that, without getting consumed in the materialism and desires of being inherently associated with the commercial side of the world of cars.
Truth be told, the archetypal meaning of Mercedes is that the Mercedes brand is connected to goodliness, if you want the best automobile in the world, you have to earn the right to accelerate and drink in the torque, horsepower and rpm.
Sliding into such a vehicle should be a form of communication with one’s turbo charged heart, a type of automotive engagement through driving at full throttle or in a nonchalant manner.
Founded in 1926, this company has created some of the most durable and visually impressive cars on the market.