Is the car dying along with the baby boomers?

Is the car dying?

Is the automobile, the symbol of American freedom and excess ceasing to be an object of status & lust for the populace?

I'm not writing to persuade you of this fact, but rather to pose the question that occurs to me. Are cars just necessary appliances that no longer inspire their owners? After 4 generations of automobilers (Great Generation, Boomers, Gen X, and the latest unnamed gaggle), is the automobile so taken for granted?

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