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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Is XP Vehicles' inflatable car just a lot of hot air?

Does anyone remember that commercial from SNL for that car made out of clay, The Adobe... The first car to break the $200 barrier!

Spokesman: These days, everyone's talking about the Hyundai, and the Yugo. Both nice cars, if you've got $3,000 or $4,000 to throw around. But, for those of us whose name doesn't happen to be Rockefeller, finally there's some good news - a car with a sticker price of $179. That's right, $179. The name of the car?

Adobe. The sassy new Mexican import that's made out of clay. German engineering and Mexican know-how helped create the first car to break the $200 barrier. At this price, you might not expect more than reliable transportation - but, brother, you get it! Extra features: like the custom contour seats, or the beverage-gripping dash. And the money you save isn't exactly small change!

Jingle:
"Hey, hey, we're Adobe!
The little car that's made out of clay!
We're gonna save you some money
that you can spend in some other way!
Hey, hey, we're Adobe!
Hey, hey, we're Adobe!
Adobe!"


[ show Adobe driver get into a fender-bender. She casually steps out of the vehicle and uses her hands to mold her bumper back into its proper shape, in under six minutes! ]

Spokesman: Adobe. You can buy a cheaper car. But I wouldn't recommend it!

Announcer: Not approved for street use in some states. No warranty either expressed or implied. All sales final.

Well get a load of this:

Is XP Vehicles' inflatable car just a lot of hot air?

It's has been a while since we heard any news about the inflatable car from XP Vehicles but it seems they are still out there and still planning to take the auto industry by storm. Freshly featured on the cover of Product Design & Development (PDD), the concept vehicle that doesn't employ airbags, but rather is the airbag

2 Comments:

At Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at 6:41:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everybody has always been invited to come to the XP Vehicles website at www.myxpcar.com and read the QUESTIONS page. That should answer any concerns or comments from curious parties (or XP's competitors who post under false names on most of these blogs.)

Mark Light

 
At Monday, August 24, 2009 at 4:37:00 AM EDT, Blogger Carol said...

Oops The first car to break the $200 barrier how terrible!!!
Carol
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