Luxury for the Masses. Even for Granola.
Back in the beginning of 2009, Volkswagen included an addition to the circulation of The Guardian on the theme of luxury. It started out quite delicate, describing luxury as a concept that comes from a combination of craftsmanship and desire. From my daily work as a creative director at Story Worldwide, I found this description suitable. However, when this was later applied to the VW brand, the editors must have meant "luxury for the masses," as the featured cars were all production line models and not, strictly speaking, top-of-the-pyramid vehicles.