I hear talking cars are hitting the road in 2015 – great, one more voice in my head telling me what I’m doing wrong in my life. While the novelty of a car communicating with you seems like a good idea, we know how My Mother The Car, Speed Buggy, and KITT turned out.  When TomTom allowed users to change the normal voice to Yoda and Darth Vader, and Android users can install alternate voices for their Google Maps devices, it gave us the ability to have fun pop culture tell us where to go.  But they missed the point of the joys of a talking pop culture car.

Which brings us to today’s Major Spoilers Question of the Day: If you could have any talking car from pop culture, which one would you want to drive around with for the next 60,000 miles?


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  1. Most likely KITT from “Knight Rider”. And, like the nerd on “Robot Chicken”, I ONLY want the original KITT, not the more recent Val Kilmer KITT. If I got the new KITT, I’d just throw a fit like he did. (Google “Robot Chicken nerd Knight Rider Dream” and the clip will show up, it is hilarious).

    Although, if you don’t mind talking vehicles that also turn into robots, I wouldn’t mind being partnered up with the Autobot Arcee.

    If space ships are allowed, Aya from “Green Lantern The Animated Series”.

  2. Rolina Eldis on

    What would I drive around? Please. This is 2015. Google has invented Robot Cars already. THEY’D be the ones doing the driving. Much safer that way. :3

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