Tell Us Your Favourite Fantasy Car Feature

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Modern cars can’t beat the features we see onscreen. Think cars that can drive underwater, or that let you travel back in time—stuff you’d love to see after auto mechanic training.

Of all the fictional cars from movies, TV, video games, and beyond, are there any that have features you love? Let us know your favourite fantasy car feature and you could win a great prize!

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Comment on our Facebook contest post with your favourite fantasy car feature (the contest post will be available on Monday, October 2, 2017)
  2. Fill out a short form, which you’ll find in the Facebook contest post

You’ve got from October 2 to 9 to make your suggestion. The winner will be selected at random, and will receive a $50 Petro Canada gift card! (We will send an email to the winner with all the details)

Want a little inspiration? Here are a couple of great fictional automotive features.

Mario Kart Star Power: The Perfect Anti-Traffic Solution

Nobody likes sitting around waiting for traffic to start moving and with Star Power from Mario Kart, you wouldn’t need to. Engaging that little number would let you drive right through any cars in your way, with no need to slow down. They’d wind up dropping some of the loose change in their seat cushions but wouldn’t be harmed otherwise, so no need to feel bad.

The Batmobile’s Armoured Cocoon: Great for Parking & Hail

The Batmobile in the 1989 Batman movie was an auto body repair technician‘s dream. When Batman parked, he didn’t just leave the car sitting there for people to mess around with. Instead, he put it in its armoured cocoon, making it bulletproof, tamper-proof, and nearly impossible to move. If you want your fantasy car to be safe from damage and harm when it’s not being driven around, this is a winning solution.

What’s your favourite fantasy car feature? Enter the contest to let us know!

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