By now, you’re probably familiar with the news that Ford is moving forward with a plan to make some cars with voodoo wheels.
Ford has been developing some of the most advanced and beautiful vehicles ever made for decades, and the company’s new SUV, the Fusion, will likely be one of its most expensive and unique vehicles to date.
But the automaker is also working on a new line of cars that will go beyond its own vehicles and incorporate technology from the worlds of robotics, bio-inspired technology and even a new form of voodoo magic, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
So, is this the beginning of the end for Ford?
It’s definitely not the end of Ford.
Ford has a huge amount of capital that could be used to do something really cool with the cars it already has, and Ford could easily pull off another big design leap and come up with something truly unique that will have the same impact on the world.
But in the end, Ford may have to take a step back and consider what it’s really trying to do.
Ford isn’t the only automaker in the auto industry to explore the possibility of vampiric cars, and while some automakers are pushing the boundaries of their designs, Ford has been on the forefront of the innovation, making some of its biggest cars with this technology.
But for the time being, Ford is going ahead with the plan and is working on some of those cars right now.
The company said the first batch of voodoos, or voodoo wands, will arrive later this year, and they will also be available for purchase.
The cars will feature a fully custom-designed driver seat that has a custom made magnetic “V” pattern on the front, the rear seat that’s been specially designed to fit a human, and a headrest that is custom made for the car, according the Bloomberg Businessarticle.
The cars are supposed to look and feel like a car, with the headrests designed to mimic the shape of the car’s wheels and have a custom designed LED lighting system.
Ford also plans to offer the vehicles with a custom engine.
Ford said it plans to use the powertrain to power the cars with the help of a custom air suspension, and it’s unclear whether or not it will use the air suspension for the Fusion and the Fusion Hybrid.