I have a 2013 Limited Edition Toyota Camry SE. It was an
While the car is in park, I can input an address and a businesslike female voice will gently navigate me turn by turn to my location. Also while the car is in park (safety first), I can check movie times, nearby gas prices, stock prices, sports scores, and make restaurant reservations. You get the picture. I'm saying, my car is pretty fancy for a Toyota.
Yet, my vanity mirror still shows my disturbingly multiplying amount of gray hairs in glaring detail. What the hell, science? Young people with smaller budgets and hair that's all the same color are not buying Limited Edition Toyota Camry SEs. Well-established thirty-*cough*-year-old people are your target market, and we're a little salty up there. I don't care what my next car costs or if I have to *beleaguered sigh* give up the ability to check my stock inflation while my ass is nice and toasty in my leather seat, I want my vanity mirror to blend the grays in. It's called a VANITY mirror, can we not make it for the vain?