Nissan's newest custom cars inspired by stars of 'A Wrinkle in Time'
We're here in Hollywood, California checking out the Wrinkle in Time red carpet premiere, or I guess the blue carpet I should say.
But you know what, this is Road Show and you're not here to see movies, you're here to see cars.
And that I have, three beautiful custom 2018 Nissan lease, based on and inspired by characters in the movie.
Let's take a look.
First up, Mindy Kaling's Mrs.
Pooh wears bright full colors, and you could see there's a beautiful wrap on the car.
And we'll talk a little bit about the screens in a second.
Up next, we have Oprah Winfrey.
Missus Witch has hoops on her gray metallic dress.
And you can see custom fabrication done by Vehicle Effects in Burbank, California in collaboration with Nissan to make that happen.
And last but certainly not least.
Missus Whatsit played by Reese Witherspoon.
Her dress looks like rose petals.
White roses, red hair, she's got the whole package going on, and you can see there's Nissan Leaf with the exact same thing happening.
But there's one thing about these cars that's really special, and that is these windows.
So these windows are actually capacitive touch screens.
So, you can see when I touch them It not only makes this car react, but the other two cars as well.
It's a really cool application, the team at Symmetry Labs worked really hard on this they used a comparative skill to make this happen.
These cars aren't modified the way that Nissan's Jedi cars work but that's honestly okay because the real stars here are these amazing I've got a movie to catch so why don't you drop your favorite car down in the comments and make sure to check out cnet.com for a little more information about those touch screens.
See you in a tester track perhaps.
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