Open the door! The automobiles bright future. — slogan from Tokyo auto show
From an early age I’ve strongly favored appliances that talk, teapots that walk, chairs that jitterbug and automobiles that flirt by batting the eyelashes over their headlights. I’ve had an unwavering commitment to topiary ever since I can remember. I’ve always been a staunch supporter of anything that enables the inanimate to become animate — from Silly Symphony cartoons to Gaudi’s architecture to select pharmaceuticals. It’s a stand I took in my youth and I will not step away from it now.
You can imagine, then, how thrilling it was to hear that a car has been developed that wags its tail, cries and tries to relax you when you’re tense. It also lights up with a warm glow when its owner approaches and glows blue (and displays teardrops) when it gets a flat tire or runs out of gas.
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