Cadillac Publishes 'Book' For STS Owners
As a means to prepare owners for the strange looks and staring they will get for owning a car as odd looking as the 2005 Cadillac STS, GM Canada has published a self-help "book" entitled, "Hello Cadillac STS. Goodbye Anonymity." The book, written by D.R. Stubbs, promises to help owners "Discover your 'pedestal'! Embrace your objectification! And put an end to 'Anonymity Loss Syndrome' forever!" Not surprisingly, the "book" is won't be found at the local Barnes and Noble but only electronically online.
There's also a flashy website with some rockin' beat where buyers can ask questions about the car. It's available for mobile devices as well so during a boring commute or a lonely night, losers have something to do. Unfortunately, the site isn't quite as smart as Burger King's Subservient Chicken.
When asked to lay down, the "car" responded, "The menu might be the best option for your search."