Those who patronize Carwow could see their car delivery come in the form of an ex-RAF Chinook helicopter that would be remote controlled by Mat Watson, the brand's editorial director.
Set to start trialling in April of this year, the service is expected by the brand to be fully operation by the end February of 2017. The drone delivery service would enable customers to get their vehicle the same day of purchase to ensure that the brand can deliver as many as 100 cars per day.
The new car delivery service from Carwow is an unconfirmed April Fool's Day release from the brand. Being that the service is reported by the brand to be fully operational by February 29th, 2017 (there is no 29th day in February of 2017) it speaks for itself that it's a pretty realistic prank.
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