Marketed as the "Status bar for your car," MotorMood is one way to keep our car emotions in check before it's too late.
Instead of cursing under your breath or stopping by and flipping off a fellow motorist's side for an added personal touch, drivers can now "share" their feelings by displaying three different face emotions placed on the back window. The 3.5-inch diameter backlit faces are activated by separate remotes, attached to the car's sun visor, corresponding to each of the faces.
The faces, including a happy face, an angry face, and a cheeky wink, are remote controlled and can be turned off, making it almost invisible when not turned on. The purpose of showing our car emotions is to make us "a little more human" while making driving "a lot more fun." More conveyable faces for the more complex drivers are expected to be released in the near future.