Zombies of the Open Road: 10 Cars That Just Won’t Quit
For most of us, when the odometer on our car goes around for the second time, it’s a sign that the end is near. Soon, the old steed will give up the ghost and it’ll be time to find a new one (or at least a less old one). But here are some cars that have truly gone above and beyond the call of duty.
These Hyper Efficient Cars Get the Best Distance Per Drop
The quest goes on for the Holy Grail of fuel efficiency, with manufacturers trying to meet government targets while also meeting customer demand. And, like King Arthur and his knights, there are also some idealists in there who seek this grail because they believe it will bring a better future.
Remember the Submarine Car From The Spy Who Loved Me? Oh Yes, They’re Real!
In the 1977 film The Spy Who Loved Me, James Bond drove a car that could convert into a submarine—a feature that came in handy when Bond was making his escape from a pursuing helicopter. The modified Lotus Esprit used in the film was, in fact, an actual working submersible.