April Fools: 10 New Cars That Aren't Actually Real
That inevitable day has finally arrived – April Fools' Day 2015. Don't trust your coworkers, don't trust your family, and apparently... don't trust some of the world's largest automakers. Take a look at some of the car pranks these industrial powerhouses came up with for 2015. Yes, we're sad some of these aren't real either. Honda HR-V 'Selfie' Edition
Honda gets you, and Honda knows that you love taking selfies all day. But with just a tiny little camera on your phone, taking selfies can be such a chore. Introducing, the 2016 Honda HR-V SLF edition. It has 10 different selfie cameras inside and out so you can capture every single duck face moment. April Fools.
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Nissan 'Gym' Button
Wouldn't it be great if you could get a workout just by driving you car? Now, you can! Nissan's new 'Gym' button turns off driver assistance features like power steering. It also stiffens the gear shift mechanism and even increases the pressure needed to operate the accelerator, brake and clutch pedals. Sign us up for that.
Mercedes-AMG Sprinter63 S Van
Admittedly, this is kind of cool. The Sprinter van is probably the last vehicle you'd want to race on a track. It's large, heavy, and better suited for supporting your race team... than actually being it. Nevertheless, Mercedes said it would put a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 in the Sprinter, good for 503hp. Quite the 'sprinter' wouldn't you say?
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Skoda Color-Changing Car
Don't like the color of your car? For just under $750, Skoda will let you change it on-the-fly... again, and again, and again. Simply press the shade you want in the Skoda Fabia's ShadeChange app and – voila! – it changes instantly. Skoda says it's the impressive work of Dr. Gio Kyng. Perhaps you've heard of his son, Jo Kyng.
If the Fiat 500 is too big for your tastes, perhaps this three-wheeled 499 is more your taste? We'll pass.
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Mini Cooper Chrome Line Exterior Deluxe
Cars generally look better with chrome, so Mini thought, why not just chrome the entire car? Mini will be exhibiting its shiny masterpiece to select guests on April 1st, but warns press photographers not to use their flash... or at least wear eye protection. Hands up if you'd actually buy one.
Vauxhall Vivaro Taxi Kebabi
After a long night on the town, who doesn't love a good bedtime snack? Vauxhall has a solution to your late night kebab cravings – a taxi with a mini kebab kitchen in the back. Vauxhall spokeswoman April Fulls noted, we really believe we’ve given our customers something to sink their teeth into.”
Skoda VisionSea Boat
Carmakers don't usually dabble in building speedboats. But the Czechs at Skoda are looking to change that. The styling for the Skoda 'VisionSea' is based on the company's VisionC concept car. The boat is a hybrid, it packs 270hp, it'll travel 980 nautical miles, and it doesn't exist.
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Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Mini
Vans are usually rather large. This totally legitimate and completely production-ready Volkswagen van isn't. As VW team member Avin A'laf has informed us, it's built for the 'electronic office'. April Fools.
Toyota Camry Gull Wing Edition
All the best cars have gullwing doors – that's just a fact. Mercedes 300SL, DeLorean DMC-12, the insane Gumpert Apollo. So why not add the Toyota Camry to that list? It wouldn't surprise me if a few already exist actually.
The Ford-Chevrolet Hypercar
We played our own little joke yesterday when we hinted at a clandestine new joint venture between cross-town rivals Ford and Chevrolet. April Fools. It isn't happening, nor will it probably ever happen.
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