The plan for web video watching while driving is a scary prospect considering that so many great web series could be the cause of car accidents. Luckily, this technology unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the driver can only watch YouTube through the car’s system while in park (that’s not to say you can’t still watch it on your phone).
Pimp my Mario Kart? West Coast Customs, the auto body shop best known from MTV’s hit series Pimp My Ride, has built real-life versions of the cars driven by Mario and Luigi in the beloved Mario Kart video game.
The DeLorean Motor Company has announced a deal with Epic EV to produce new electric models of their signature automobile. In case that $600,000 one was too expensive.
Super stoked to show this to the world! The Pixar Times approached me again to contribute to their Pixart features, only this month has a distinctively Cars 2 flair to it. The countdown to the release is on and today marks 10 days (and my day of artwork) until the film will be seen by the world!
The 80s had some pretty classic cars and these two science-centric brainiacs are no exception. For what it’s worth, I spent a looooooooooooooong time deciding who would be crowned the winner. While I’m still not sure if it’s who I wanted to win, I still think it’s who would’ve won given the circumstances.
TMZ reports that the production spent several million on a pair of 1929 Duesenbergs and a 1929 Packard, which will be used by Leonardo Dicaprio’s Gatsby. Damn.
That’s some lowbrow shit. At least it won’t be opening in theaters and DisneyToon Studio are the ones really making it.