Hollywood should have never exported the Fast and Furious series.
Photos by Sabeth718
While looking at a tiny commuter car, tall people are usually very wary of getting inside for both the fear of the big-guy-in-a-little-car syndrome, as well as just the pure potential uncomfortability of the experience. There is legroom in the new Scion iQ… for both the passenger and the driver. To optimize space, the designers went as far as converting the glovebox into a drawer underneath the passenger’s seat. And while the car does have four seats, the ideal situation would be for three passengers to ride. Each benefitting from the knowledge of being protected by 11 airbags. That’s a lot of safety for a small space. As far as how it drives, the Scion iQ gets a combined 37 miles per gallon and while it doesn’t have street race pickup, the iQ can move fast, and is nimble enough (12.9 ft turning radius) for any city dweller.
“because style extends beyond what you wear.”
Chris Burden’s installation opens at LACMA in fall 2011.
Bubba Smith as Hightower. Rest in Peace.
Bas-relief sculptures made out of salvaged wood by Ron van der Ende
Highway minivan sex caught on video by some inquisitive ladies.
Mrs. Chiggers, National Staring Champion.
A virtual video tour of BMW’s Art Car collection