The thing about phenomenology... its central concept for understanding experience is intentionality
Intentionality, in phenomenology, the characteristic of consciousness whereby it is conscious of something—i.e., its directedness toward an object.
I am sure you saw more than just the car drive by. I am sure you saw the sky. I am sure you saw people. I am sure you saw trees. Other cars even.
But your intentionality was directed at that particular object - the bright red car.
You also chose to communicate that to me. Not the trees, not the sky, not the people, but the car.
And so it begs the question: Why? What was the intentionality behind observing and communicating that particular sub-set of your experiences?
Perhaps it's just a difference in the way our minds work. When I look out the window I don't have words associated with every single things I see.
There are many objects I see for which I have no English words. In fact - the labels don't form in my mind until I actually want to describe/express/communicate what I am seeing.
e.g Pure phenomenological experience is unhindered by language.