The little car in the little picture is the very small Chevrolet Spark, GM’s attempt to sell an A-segment car in the States. (What’s “A-segment”? Two sizes smaller than a Cruze or Corolla or Civic, which are considered C-segment cars for reasons other than starting with the letter C. In other words, the Spark is farging tiny.) TTAC opened up a discussion of this model, and how it’s reaching buyers twice the target age (mid-twenties), which sparked (sorry) the following exchange in comments:
noxioux: “This car is crying out for an electric purple paint job and a pornographic My Little Pony decal on the hood.”
Jellodyne: “And who better to do it than a 48 year old brony?”
colinshark: “You are mistaken. Decals go on the flanks.”
There are 48-year-old bronies? Who knew?