The Very Funny Vehicle, better known as the VFV, is actually not that funny; on the contrary, it packs some pretty serious features. With a physical aesthetic that could kill the rest of the world's supercars, the VFV really does leave me wondering why the designers gave it such an au contraire name.
The vehicle is built on a solid, tubular skeleton with armour to ensure driver and passengers stay safe. The car runs on an electric motor and offers wide-glass surfaces to make sure you don't feel claustrophobic.
With parking sensors, airbags, ESC and a host of other features, this ride is definitely something for zipping around the city, and perfect for hitting on the girls as you go.
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The Very Funny Vehicle
- By: varkeychayaApr 29, 2008