The automotive community is incredibly vast and expansive in the southwest corner of the United States. In the Phoenix area, there is a large distinction of “car culture” within the fundamental parameters that define society in general: the upper echelon of the wealth bracket usually engages with their own, and the byproduct is that their automotive tastes lie often in the luxury exotic supercar market. Example vehicle manufacturers include Porsche, McLaren, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. In the mid to lower wealth bracket a similar model is observed, members often only engage with their own, and again the automotive byproduct is a representation of such, with example manufacturers including Honda, Nissan, Toyota, and Subaru. This stark distinction of classes begs the question: how would these unique class distinctions fare when both these groups are paired together from an automotive perspective, and what are the potential implications of this unique aggregation with high fashion?
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