Stay on the Subject: Cars to Help Teachers Stand Out in the Faculty Parking Lot
So, teachers. Your classroom is set up by now, with inspirational posters on the walls and all the desks arranged into learning pods. But what are you doing to make sure that you arrive at school on time and in comfort every day – and more importantly, in a ride that says you?
To ensure that you’re completely prepared, there’s one more school supply you need to pick up before that first bell rings: a new Hyundai. To help out, we’ve put together a guide to various models based on what subject you teach, so choosing the right one will be elementary.
Math teachers: Check out this constant function!
Get a load of these positive numbers: 123.3 cubic feet of interior space. 293 horsepower. A nine-airbag safety system, all starting at $31,000 – a fraction of what you’d pay for these features elsewhere. You’re likely someone who appreciates solid stats, and the Hyundai Azera has them – along with radical standard features like a rear camera and heated leather seats. By our calculation, that’s a formula for awesomeness! When you factor its good looks into the equation, you’ll compute that this is one instance when more = less: more absolute value for a fraction of the money.
English teachers: To be or not to be … the owner of a fab car!
It was James Joyce who said “They lived and laughed and loved and left.” Clearly, he was talking about owners of the 2015 Hyundai Equus, a vehicle with a poet’s soul and the endurance of Odysseus. Its 429-horsepower engine whispers its noble Latin name and calls to mind the grace and power of Pegasus. The duality of its nature – bold yet smooth, aggressive yet safe – is illustrated by its Vehicle Stability Management System, unibody frame and industry-leading nine airbags. The climax of this epic tale? The Equus’ free Concierge Service, which comes standard. Starting at $61,500, the Equus might seem a foolhardy investment for someone on a teacher’s salary, but keep in mind the words spoken by Robin Williams’ character in that cinematic homage to literature, “Dead Poets Society”: “There’s a time for daring and there’s a time for caution, and a wise man understands which is called for.” Carpe diem!
History teachers: Don’t look back!
Some are content to watch events unfold before them, while others are determined to make history. Firmly situated in the latter group was George Washington Carver, who said “When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.” Prescient words that were perhaps spoken in anticipation of the 2014 Hyundai Accent, a car that has been evolving for nearly two decades to become named both the 2014 J.D. Power Highest Ranked Small Car in Initial Quality and MotorWeek’s Driver’s Choice. And like others of relatively small stature who have made history – Patty Mills, Napoleon, Pablo Picasso, Dolly Parton, Mahatma Gandhi, and Pres. James Madison, to name a few – the Accent proves that one doesn’t have to be big in size to be great. Its price tag is diminutive too, starting at just $14,600.
Science teachers: You’ll get a charge outta this!
Our hypothesis: Owners of the 2015 Hyundai Genesis are happier than non-Genesis owners because its technology is really cool. The supporting evidence includes features such as Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane Keep Assist, Blind Spot Detection, Automatic Emergency Breaking, ultra-premium ventilated leather seats, and a state-of-the-art 17-speaker audio system. This car is a conductor of joy and a bright flare in the cosmos that delivers a positive charge to all who drive it. Still finding the evidence inconclusive? Keep in mind Newton’s Fourth Law of Motion: The urge to purchase a Genesis is greater in magnitude than the opposing inertia and therefore must be heeded.
Music teachers: Hitting a high note!
What you need is a vehicle with perfect composition, a magnum opus of a car whose features work in concert to deliver a harmonious driving experience every time you get behind the wheel. So score your driving experience with The Ballad of the 2015 Hyundai Sonata. Every sound it makes from the chime of the door, to the beat of the turn signals, to the sonorous of the 245-horsepower turbocharged engine has been painstakingly tuned to the frequency range most pleasing to the human ear. The resonance of the class-leading interior space, the range of the Drive Mode Select – it's all in tune with its conductor’s every direction. The starting price of $21,150 will be instrumental in convincing you that this masterpiece was composed to be your personal anthem.
Coaches: Harder, faster, better, stronger!
Take a knee and pay attention, because we’ve got a game-changer for you. The coach who expects speed, precision, consistency, grace, and toughness from his or her team should demand nothing less from a car. Study the film and you’ll see for yourself that no competitor plays its position better than the 2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo. With its sports-tuned steering system, 4-wheel disc brakes, and a twin-scroll turbo charged engine that delivers nearly 50 percent more horsepower, it’s at an elite level that few of its competitors can hope to reach. Far from being all style and no substance, the Veloster manages to nail the fundamentals and look impressive while doing it. Now, what you have to ask yourself is, HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT IT?!? It’s gut-check time and the ball’s in your hands. Time to scout this hot prospect.