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Tag: Car

MotorMood Car Light Lets You Thank Drivers with a Smiley Face

MotorMood Car Light Lets You Thank Drivers with a Smiley Face
There are times when a honk is not enough. MotorMood is a stick-on rear light for cars. Using its infrared remote control, you can flash it momentarily to reveal a smiley face and acknowledge a fellow motorist’s good deed.

DM Blade Supercar has 3D Printed Chassis: The Arduino of Cars

DM Blade Supercar has 3D Printed Chassis: The Arduino of Cars
Last year we saw Local Motors’ Strati, a compact car with a 3D printed body, seats, windshield and support structures. Divergent Microfactories’ (DM) Blade prototype supercar looks much better – and is apparently much more powerful – than the Strati, but DM’s pride and joy is what’s inside the car.
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LEGO Ferrari F40 is the Coolest Blocky Supercar Ever

LEGO Ferrari F40 is the Coolest Blocky Supercar Ever
One of my favorite Ferrari cars ever made was the F40. The car was insanely expensive for its time and offered performance that nothing else could match. I also love LEGO and started more than a few fights as a child overLEGO wheels to build cars.

Zombie On Board Decals

Zombie On Board Decals
Forget your stick figure families and Baby on Board signs. FanWraps‘ Zombie on Board decals are way cooler. I’m not sure if this would help you get in the carpool lane, but at the very least it might scare some kids in another vehicle.

Amazing R/C Batman Tumbler: Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?

Amazing R/C Batman Tumbler: Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?
Batman’s Tumbler began with Batman Begins and since then there have been many versions in toy form. This new 6-inch scale kit from Soap Studio is one of the coolest. No, it is the best ever!

Henes Broon F870 is a Power Wheels on Steroids

Henes Broon F870 is a Power Wheels on Steroids
As soon as my daughter had enough coordination to operate a Power Wheels car, I bought her a sweet pink Mustang. She loved that thing and drove the crap out of it. She drove the thing off curbs, into kids, cars, houses, dogs, bikes, and anything else that didn’t get out of her way.

DeLorean Time Machine Conversion Mod: Back to the Back to the Future

DeLorean Time Machine Conversion Mod: Back to the Back to the Future
Bob’s Prop Shop specializes in creating replicas of famous movie cars and props. Its most famous replica is that of the DeLorean DMC-12 from Back to the Future, which it sells for $65,000-$75,000 (USD) and rents for $1,500 a day. 

Chevrolet Unveils Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo

Chevrolet Unveils Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo
We have seen automakers over the years create numerous concept cars that will never be seen in the real world, only in the digital one. Such is the case with a new car that Chevy has unveiled destined to be driven only in the PS3 game Gran Turismo 6.

SpongeBob Squarepants Toyota Sienna: Well Maybe It Is Stupid, but It’s Also Dumb!

SpongeBob Squarepants Toyota Sienna: Well Maybe It Is Stupid, but It’s Also Dumb!
Oooooooooooo which car has a windshield out of which you can’t see? SpongeBob Sienna! In a silly bit of cross-promotion, Toyota reverse-pimped its 2015 Sienna with a SpongeBob Squarepants theme. The Nickelodeon mascot’s face covers the front of the vehicle, while a huge bubble blower sits on top.

This Guy Built A 1989 Batmobile, Dresses up as Batman to Help Sick Kids

This Guy Built A 1989 Batmobile, Dresses up as Batman to Help Sick Kids
This street legal Batmobile was built by 29-year-old Zac Mihajlovic of Camden, Australia. It took him two years to complete. It’s based on the Batmobile driven by Michael Keaton in the 1989 Tim Burton Batman movie. 

Raspberry Pi Car Computer: Raspboard

Raspberry Pi Car Computer: Raspboard
Harrison Kinsley aka sentdex had his Honda S2000 get with the times by installing a dash camera, a diagnostic tracker and more for a little over $100 (USD). Thanks to the Raspberry Pi, a bit of bargain hunting and some programming, Harrison says he may have saved himself about $900.

1:4 Scale Transforming Robot Car: Project J-deite

1:4 Scale Transforming Robot Car: Project J-deite
We’ve featured Kenji Ishida’s progress regarding his transforming robot over the years. The first three models we saw were already coveted toys, but Kenji made it clear early on that his ultimate goal was to create a life-sized car that transforms into a humanoid robot. 

Local Motors 3D-Printed EV Has 120-mile Range

Local Motors 3D-Printed EV Has 120-mile Range
3D printers are the wave of the future for more than just printing small repair parts in space or action figures and other items. Some firms, like Local Motors, envision 3D printing as a way to build cars in the future.

This Mini Car Garage is Where You’re Supposed to Park Your Keys

This Mini Car Garage is Where You’re Supposed to Park Your Keys
You won’t be able to park your Beetle in this garage, but you can park your Beetle keychain in it. It’s the mini car garage by Cairo and it’s an awesome rack to get for your keys if you’re bored with the typical hooks and bowls that pretty much serve the same purpose.

Local Motors Strati 3D Printed Car: Gone in 44 Hours

Local Motors Strati 3D Printed Car: Gone in 44 Hours
You wouldn’t steal a car, but someday you might be able to download and replicate one, thanks to Local Motors. As of this writing the vehicle maker is creating the world’s (partially) 3D printed car at the 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show.

Orville Redenbacher I Presume: Popcorn Covered Volkswagen

Orville Redenbacher I Presume: Popcorn Covered Volkswagen
What kind of guy covers his car in popcorn? That would be Jacob Aaron Schroeder, a Minneapolis based artist. Once he popped, he just couldn’t be stopped. Don’t worry, it was done in a jiffy. I don’t know if that’s accurate, but there may be a kernel of truth to that statement.
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