I have noticed that many cars feature the designation "SX" after their model name.
On some 'sporty' cars, this is said to stand for "Super-Cross".
(What it stands for on a Ford Tempo, I can only wonder)
I do know, that when I see cars on the street, or on a dealer's lot, with that shiny chrome affixation of letters 'SX, I get vaguely excited, but I don't quite know why.
Anyhow, I hear they are coming out with some new features in cars this year, complete with shiny new acronyms to slap on the rear deck lid.
Features like Forward Cabin Kneeroom
...High-strength Molybdenum Pistons
...Passenger Security, Safety, and Entertainment Ensemble
...Vehicular Azimuth Gyroscopic Integral Navigation Assistant
...High-Resolution Nighttime Indicators
...and Computer-Operated Cabinboard Knowledge and Technology Engineered Automotive System
...I can't wait for these new advancements....