Here is a collection of April Fools jokes the automotive companies have decided to troll the internet with. They do get pretty interesting and did offer a little bit of a chuckle to me. Here they are in no particular order.
MINI’s John Cooker Works accessories
Think you have what it takes to run a food truck? Well, you can now turn your MINI Convertible into one.
McLaren – 570GT with Feather Wrap
“It draws inspiration from nature, using biomimicry to create our most aerodynamic car ever. 10,000 carbon-veined feathers were applied by hand in a process that took more than 300 hours.”
Honda’s Horn Emojis
“Introducing Horn Emojis, the latest innovation from Honda Dream Laboratories. Horn Emojis offer a range of horn sounds for a variety of scenarios, from seeing your kids off to school to commiserating with other drivers in rush-hour traffic”
Smart Forsea Finding Nemo Edition
It’s an open boat with two comfortable seats and a wide transom lined with teak and inspired by the classic lobster boat. This one of a kind cruiser features a small refrigerator and an ice bucket for a fresh drink. The vehicle’s interior was produced by Focaccia Group, smart’s Italian partner based in Cervia and already known for its work on the forfood, the first exclusive restaurant on wheels.
Lotus’ New Cat Helmet
What else can you say? Safety first of course!
The Lexus LC Lane Valet
This is definitely a technology a lot of Malaysians wish they had especially when we have so many lane hoggers on the road.
Fate of the Furious: Xfinity Drive-Out Cinema
You have heard of drive-in cinemas which were popular in the US in the late 80’s and 90’s. Xfinity has done one better over the concept by having a drive-out cinema. Totally awesome for an April Fool’s joke.
The competitor to Uber, Lyft has found a way to make ride-hailing a little bit more interesting.
“Lyft has always strived to be the most intuitive app out there. But even a few taps can be reduced to one, or none, right? Mono frees you from your screen and makes ride hailing even simpler. Just raise, request, and ride.”