British alternative rock band The Verve had a hit with "Bitter Sweet Symphony" back in the late 1990s. Unfortunately for them, the song sampled heavily from The Rolling Stones and they'd improperly secured the rights to it meaning the royalties and the money for the song went to the Stones instead of to them. To confuse matters even more, numerous companies (Vauxhall, Nike) used the song without the band's permission leading to other legal battles. The Verve's lead singer had an infamous pop at the band by saying it was "the best song Jagger and Richards have written in 20 years." The youth fighting the old. It's the way of the world. Even if the youth is a Volt and the old is old-mobile sedans according to Rev_Junkie.
You damn kids! Get off my assembly line! With your extended range electric powertrains, direct drive transmissions, lithium-ion batteries. In my day, we didn't have your fancy batteries, we tied a kite with a key to the antenna and waited for a thunderstorm! And we didn't have your fancy direct injected, DOHC, computer-controlled engines, either. So what if they made less than 50 (net) hp/L? We didn't know what a liter was! Anyone who used the metric system was arrested for being a communist! Wait, where are you going kid? I'm cold and frightened.
Hey, hey, you, you, get off of my lawn!