|Chocolate Jesus |
The Japanese model is the same except the steering wheel is on the right and it only simulates rape fantasies.
The year 20XX. Megaman will drive this car.
i voted for it for that reason. it even looks like the cars from megaman x intro stage
i thought it kind of looked like a big coffin on wheels
Abed has been spending too much time in the Imaginarium.
Why did this turn unto a Mega race about 3/4 the way in?
|James Woods |
This future is a hell.
Remember when the iPhone had that call dropping problem?
I can already see the pop-up ads on the windshield when you're passing.
It's like I am staring at Philip K Dick's nightmares in one ad. All self expression plastic, packaged and void. Human beings stuck in a moving pod that keeps forcing its own version of super reality on its occupants.
The Car Unstealable, by PK Dick.
"Dick was the great master of modern existential annihilation!"
-Connecticut Frontier Times
The Car Unstealable is Philip K. Dicks classic cautionary tale of greed in a future dominated by individuality that no one wants. Japanaman Went was the most notorious car thief on Luna, but a run-in with the "unstealable car," the Toyota Fun XXIII, leaves her on the run from the entire solar system, hunted by police and seedy chop shop owners alike, for the car's greatest prize, the code to deactivate the personalities of all intelligent cars. Framed for multiple murders and even more heinous crimes, Went must somehow destroy the Fun XXIII before it can out her to her enemies, in spite of its insistence that she is the one who was stolen.
Is this the new final fantasy
As believable as the flying car.
So how much will it cost to replace my curved HD television rear quarter panel? Also these will be the mileage ratings; 67 mpg highway, 74 mpg city, 16 mpg with your 15 televisions on.
no, this one really exists, well a prototype anyway. It's what they are showing off at the LA auto show. It doesn't do all this, but it does a lot.
a flying car exists too, still as practical and usable in real life as a...um...well, flying car. That's the best example I know.
did you see the maps on the floor? THE MAPS ON THE FLOOR!!
So I'm gonna be completely unable to navigate because the floor of my car is covered in Dunkin Donuts receipts, discarded safety glasses, business cards, and years-old homework?
Well at least it means cloaking devices will be a reality by then.
I thought we'd come to a point where car designer's had accepted that nobody wants to drive the 'Blob of the Future!"
I demand a comically large, Jet-age styled convertible with lots of gaudy chrome faux turbines all over it. I want a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado to fuck Buck Rogers's space rocket and have babies.
"Modern cars...they all look like electric shavers..."
I love that every single feature on this car is a horrible, unsafe, distraction.
Los Angeles in thr future has no black people?
Oh neat, a new piece of technology that will never actually be made!
Stop getting distracted, guys. I wanted the armored mechs and Sailor Scout sex droids on my desk *yesterday*!
Don't worry, we'll burn through all our resources long before we can make anything like the "future" depicted in the ad.
|Jet Bin Fever |
If people die from driving while texting, imagine the distractions this stupid thing would cause.
It's a beautiful vehicle and it looks like something out of Tron.
In real life these will be covered with porn 24/7.
If the car can drive itself, your hands will be free to do other things.
With room for three! Your hot girlfriend will love making her roommate feel like the lonely loser she is.
|Koda Maja |
Endless customization robs things of any inherent charm or character and turns them into big, ugly vanity billboards.
Why can't a thing just be a thing?
I'm gonna plaster mine with pictures of anime girls riding dragons, how about you?
Sure, the possibility for making itasha is there.
Toyota's car of the future is an Erasure video. It could be worse.
DO THEY KNOW THEY ARE ADS?
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