Each year, in conjunction with the designers of Los Angeles Auto Show Automotive worldwide are challenged to create new and visionary vehicles to compete in a design competition. Appropriately, the contest’s theme this year is “Hollywood’s hottest new film Car” and the backstories of the vehicles are almost as interesting as the cars themselves.
History of Honda, “High Noon” is hundreds of years in the future on an Earth recovering from the aftermath of the impact of a giant comet that wiped out the world’s infrastructure, leaving bands of people to help themselves trying to rebuild civilization.
The ATV is based on a then extinct creature known as a horse, and aims to be a companion and transportation. Constructed with a blend of artificial intelligence and additive technology, can communicate with its driver and evolve with the environment, human beings during the Battle of fuel and resources, something Mr. Ed did not have to do.
In “Silver Lightning” two crash test dummies equipped with artificial intelligence to try to save his car from the evil Dr. Barrera (no relation to Daimler chief Dr. Z.) The open “Hoop” Silver Arrow two seats back to classic Mercedes-Benz racing cars, while a center-less futuristic roller which gives omni-directional maneuvering capabilities.
The “Countess of Siberia” is your girl every day of work. The vampire turned Soviet spy turned anticommunist crusades lives in an airship that carries around his combat Sprinter Stratus Hyundai MPV, which has the ability to become invisible during the day and return after dark. You’ll have to see the movie (if they ever do) to see if it comes with Hyundai’s 10 year/100, 000 mile powertrain warranty.
Who needs a coach from a pumpkin when you can have one of these? In “Cinderella and the Maybach limousine” Cindy’s father sends the virtual driver to pick around in the ultra-luxury electric transport. Complete with real chairs and a laser projection screen in 3D, is just the thing to attract the eye of the prince. Guys like cars and gadgets, you know.