Because there's no future, the only possible horizon that we will see will be this absolute present (in the form of a box from which it is impossible to escape), this absolute present that undoes the future into a kind of perennial transience under speed, under the vertigo in the flow of information and that nullifies any forward projection capabilities.
Seat 600 car, a vintage taxi typical from Barcelona. The SEAT 600 is a city car made in Spain by SEAT from May 1957 to August 1973 under licence by Fiat. It helped to start the economic boom, the Spanish miracle (1959–1973), that came at the end of the slow recovery from the Spanish Civil War. It was a relatively inexpensive vehicle (then 60,000 Spanish pesetas) and was the first car that came within the modest but rapidly growing economic means of most Spanish families from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s. The vehicle has become an icon of the period.