Whilst we can all dream of owning ultra modern high-tech vehicles, they will come with extremely high prices.
Macclesfield, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 May 2012
The concept of futuristic cars is not new; they have been a common feature in science fiction films, comics and cartoons throughout the last century. Car Loan 4U looks at what the future cars of today could be.
As science and technology have continued to develop over the years, researchers have tried to turn fiction into reality. Whether this is developed into the idea of Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T car or James Bond’s famous underwater car, these ideas are now being put into practice.
The recent Beijing Motor show, which attracted over 2,000 companies from 36 different countries, showcased the very latest in futuristic cars.
Some of which included vehicles that have a similar shape to a sofa but on larger automated wheels. Other vehicles featured interactive body shells.
The Toyota Fun-Vii* was one vehicle seen at the show, which the carmaker deemed as a smartphone on wheels. The futuristic Fun-Vii claims to be the ultimate in vehicle personalization as the body shell panels can be changed to display content and images you choose. The image or message, which can be downloaded through an app, can appear both in the interior and exterior of the vehicle.
Car Loan 4U Co-Director Ryan Dignan said:
“Concept cars can make motoring extremely fun; who wouldn’t want a vehicle that could fly or operate under voice recognition?”
“Whilst we can all dream of owning ultra modern high-tech vehicles, they will come with extremely high prices.”
“The 2008 prototype vehicle, ‘sQuba**’, which can be submerged up to 30 feet in water costs more than $1.5 million to make. This is significantly more than what most motorists are prepared to splash out on a new car.”
“If you’re looking for a new car, perhaps one that doesn’t swim, then Car Loan 4U could help.”
A car finance loan from leading car finance experts could start from just 7.9 APR.
Notes to editors
*Toyota Fun-Vii http://www.newspress.co.uk/ViewPressRelease.aspx?pr=33169
** sQuba vehicle designed by Swiss car manufacturers Rinspeed cost more than $1.5 million to create. http://www.usatoday.com/money/autos/2008-02-15-squba-car_N.htm