Advertising and marketing will forever change and never be the same, and by the look of it, the guys responsible for this took things a little too far (unless they had a lot of business that day and they know there is no such thing as an over-the-top advertisement). We love the burger car’s attention to detail; it looks good enough to eat.
The shark car also looks pretty cool, with the fins poking out from the sides, and we can’t stop wondering where Shark One is (the number plate states that this is part 2 of the act). Maybe they’re a tandem promotion? Either way, that’s great marketing.
Captain of the Road
It's not Superman, It's not Batman, it is Captain America! He makes his way all the way down from DC to a meeting. On the way, he defeated Crossbones and even cut past traffic to battle Baron Zemo. His last fight is to ride his motorcycle to his meeting. After all, traffic can be quite a villain.
So, is this another bet between friends gone wrong or another father making a promise to his little four-year-old? Either way, we presume these are sights you will find only in America, and it doesn't matter if you are a captain or not.
They’ve Found Rocket!
Isn't there a rule about traveling on a long-distance journey in a truck with a raccoon sitting on your lap? Apparently not, because if they were, we can't see this dude getting out of it. We looked for another explanation for this scenario and found a sensible one that answers what you see here.
If you're a fan of "Guardians of the Galaxy" or are familiar with the characters, you'll remember Rocket. We'd speculate that he got to spend a little too much time on planet Earth, having landed there when Groot pressed the wrong button on the ship. A man driving a truck was able to pick him up. With that cuddle, Rocket won't be saving the galaxy anytime soon.
Flashy But Simple
Could you imagine driving down Sunset Boulevard and being blinded by a car like this? If you look closer, you'll see the plate number and see that it says "humble." This attractive-looking car is anything but humble with its sparkling sheen. How ironic is it that his car is the opposite of what the plate number says?
Can you suggest any better number plates for this dazzling, eye-blinding car? How about "Sunny?" Or "red and gold?" Or how about "What on earth were you thinking when you chose these colors for your car?" We know it wasn't the manufacturer who picked them; it was custom-made.
Time to Rick and Roll
At first, this looks like Homer (or Bart or Lisa) Simpson in disguise trying to escape the horrors of Springfield. Only then we realized that it was no Simpson at all and that the huge figure was facing the back while the truck was going in the other direction. We received a few speculations about what was happening here and felt the following one made the most sense.
Here, we see Rick (from the popular cartoon "Rick and Morty") and his determined look to save Morty from Galaxy 55, where they've kept him prisoner, forcing him to play video games for hours without looking away from the screen. Luckily, Rick has transformed himself into a car to speed things up.