While we’re here trying to figure out how to decorate our garage for Christmas (yes, we know, we’re a bit late to the party), we figured we might as well seek inspiration in other parts of the world. And when the location we’re talking about happens to be Japan, the results will be just as mind-blowing as expected.
We can use the Lamborghini in the video below as an example. This Murcielago could very well serve as an airport vehicle that guides planes during landing procedures. Given the number of LEDs placed all around this V12 Raging Bull, we’re pretty sure the supercar would be effective even if thick fog decided to interfere.
Then again, this shouldn’t come as a surprise, since we already know Japanese are crazy for LED-embellished Lamborghinis. You can check out an example of this here.
And while we’re here talking about our drones having to be registered before enjoying air time, the Japanese have taken the time to gift their drones with just as many LEDs as you can find on the insane Sant’Agata Bolognese machine we discussed above. Check out the footage below and you’ll be able to see such a drone following the Murcielago closely.
Truth be told, the entire automotive world seems to be high on Christmas vibes these days
Let’s take Jaguar, for instance. The Brits were probably tired of all the fictional stories about the car that could be used to replace Santa’s sleigh, so they came up with a physical proposal. Dubbed F-Sleigh, this is basically a Jaguar F-Type built out of ice and adapted for Santa’s transportation needs.
Then there are the people who bring Christmas to YouTube, with the gig about Santa Claus actually driving a supercar, namely a Ferrari 458, being our favorite one of the week. By: autoevolution