You are looking at Bossy’s latest crush, the Ford Fiesta. It features a smooth suspension, electric power-assisted steering, PowerShift six-speed automatic transmission, and 1.6L Ti-VCT Duratec® I4 engine with twin-independent variable cam timing.
But Bossy likes it because it has a cute ass:
To refresh your memory, where your equals the one reader remaining who hasn’t lost their will to live waiting for Bossy to update her blog in any meaningful way, this past week Bossy was Ford’s guest at the North American International Auto Show, but you can call it the North American International Auto Show.
Make no mistake, Ford may have put Bossy up in a hotel room complete with a treadmill and provided her with meals, but in no way has Ford paid Bossy to say nice things about their cars.
Of course for three days Ford kept Bossy in wine, which come to think of it rivals the yearly salary of their top executives. But still: the opinions expressed here are all Bossy’s own. Which makes sense because nowhere in the Ford literature is there mention of car ass.
Bossy learned a lot about Ford’s latest sustainability initiatives and their commitment to green technology. Not only do they feature a stable of affordable cars offering an alternative to standard fuel-efficiency — from their inspired and very handsome (Harrison) Ford movie star hybrids to their electric cars — but they are experimenting with ways to incorporate recycled materials in every aspect of their manufacturing process:
Bossy was even lucky enough to go to Ford’s outdoor track in order to conduct a test drive:
But the North American International Auto Show isn’t all about Ford. To this end, Bossy is pleased to break other important news from this event. For instance, Bossy would like to introduce the latest Smart Car:
And speaking of the Smart Car which Bossy wrote about here, they offer a variety of colors to match every shoe and purse combination!
Let’s see. To review this exceedingly well-constructed post of Bossy’s time in Detroit: cute ass, snow, Ford executives, wine. Was there something else?
And maybe there’s one more thing. Bossy wishes to impart how impressed she is with Ford in general. This is a top-shelf company, council, who have mined the industry for the brightest and the best — or maybe those two concepts are the same.
In whatever case, if Ford can surround themselves with top-notch people dedicated to bringing environmental concerns to the forefront, not to mention a commitment to integrate European sensibilities within the American market, then it’s our job to seriously consider Ford when purchasing our next car.
And here, Bossy is actually talking to herself. Because Bossy tends to do that.