Four customised or concept cars from film and TV which are just too futuristic to be real... or are they...? From top to bottom: • Automan's digitally constructed Autocar which could take corners at right angles, travel at impossible speeds and pass straight through solid obstacles - based on the Lamborghini Countach LP400 • The self driving Lexus 2054 as used by John Anderton to escape from his pursuers in Minority Report • The Durango 95 (in reality a M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16 Concept Car) as stolen by Alex and his Droogs in A Clockwork Orange • Detective Del Spooner's Audi RSQ (with spherical wheels for better turning) from iRobot
Tags: robot, three-laws-of-robotics, isaac-asimov, will-smith, irobot
If you're old enough to know about the rotary dial, you're old enough to know about the rare Panther Platform Marauder. Based on Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 film "Dial M for Murder" this design is sure to strike up a conversation from movie lovers and car enthusiast alike. This isn't your grandpa's Grand Marquis, so buckle up and dial M for Marauder!
Tags: parody, humor, automotive, classic, rotary-dial