Thursday, July 2, 2009

Smart in Animal Print!

Driving 'round in the hot sun today (my car's not air-conditioned), taking my mom to and from her radiation treatment (otherwise I would have stayed home, well out of traffic), I remembered a car that would have made driving more fun! We came across this little cutie in London as we walked down to Leicester Square one hot day. The photo shows me tilting my foot, trying to show how well the car matches my leopard-print shoes, but they really don't show up.

Anyway, as soon as I saw this car, I knew I had to get a photo of it for Karen. So Karen, this one's for you -- don't you think it would be perfect for your burgeoning new business?


  1. Oh, I so want to buzz around in that, but where do the children and surfboards and saddles go?

    I can visualize my logo on those cute little doors!!!

    Thanks Mater!

  2. Too cute! But then if you subscribe to the axiom "only one animal print at a time" it would certainly limit one's wardrobe choices on days one takes the car.

  3. Oh, much too cute! Perhaps in certain climes a statement car is better than a statement coat.

  4. I hope that the interior is lined with faux-leopard fur. Soooo cute! I would so take one. I wonder if it goes as fast as a leopard.

  5. Karen: I'm not claiming it's practical, but it is very cute! (and there could be an advantage to having a car that doesn't fit any of the kids' paraphenalia -- just sayin' . . . )
    Pseu: That's a problem worth considering!
    Mardel: Yes, and as far as statement cars go, this is not a bad price.
    LBR: I think you and Karen would make great leopard car twins -- very Smart!

  6. Operational definition of supercute! How could you not have a great day buzzing around in this?

  7. Without a doubt, this is the best Smart Car I've ever seen.

  8. Duchesse & Gina: Isn't it fabulous? Can you imagine the fun you'd have?


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