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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Product of pranks of the world automotive manufacturer during the April Fool's day

As we all knew, at north hemisphere annually on April 1 was known as April Fool's, where various parties issued their best jokes to prank with others, including the world's car manufacturers.

And on April Fool's day, some automotive manufacturers presented (on average) a kind of new car accessories or variants, which actually it was a bit difficult to be accepted by common sense (due to of course it was a product of prank). However, not a few are also automotive manufacturers who present a technology that seems real and promising, although a bit eccentric and strange.
Annually on April 1, known as April Fool's day where various parties issued their best jokes to prank with others. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2vofWCq)
The following is a collection of product of pranks from BMW, Lexus, Renault up to McLaren and Triumph that seem to not want to be left behind in given their automotive pranks to the world's automotive lovers.
BMW 'Original BMW Unicorn Parts.' (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2V6iAvJ)
Number one, BMW. These German luxury car manufacturer initially offered an "Original BMW Unicorn Parts" which make the BMW 4-Series look like it has a unicorn horn on the hood and emit magical dust of its exhaust.
Handwheel made by British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2V6iAvJ)
Next was the British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph, who tried to outwit You with a funny 'Handlewheel,' ie a motorcycle handlebar which made similar to the car's steering wheel but still equipped with a pair of rear view mirror.
Renault RS17 Hayonara. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2V6iAvJ)
Unlike the French car manufacturer, Renault was introduced the 'Renault RS17 Hayonara,' an F1 racing car that has a stern like a hatchback car, and is equipped with lights and bumpers.
McLaren 570S wrapped in the artificial bird feathers all over its body. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2V6iAvJ)
The most impressive was the McLaren with their 570S which was wrapped in articial bird feathers all over its body. In fact, McLaren initially explained (on video below) that bird feathers are very aerodynamic and lightweight, which are efficient if used in cars and called Bio-mimicry technology.
At the end, the most convincing April Fool's prank comes from Lexus. The car manufacturer displays a technology called the 'Lane Valet' that allows the car to communicate with others. With this technology, if there is a car running slowly in the fast lane, then the computer will automatically moved those slowly car to safer side, so that the faster ones can pass it..
Hmm ... those product of pranks of the automotive manufacturers mentioned above are very creative and (in our opinion) look very convincing as if they were real. But keep in mind, this is only a joke, don't take it too serious. Finally, keep'n smile and enjoy rest of your lifes with something usefull alongside your beloved ones and have a nice day... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ]
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