An "Easter egg" is an intentional hidden message, in-joke or feature. We've noticed fun little buggers in the design of quite a few new vehicles. Here's our list of the ten best.
Panamera Shaped Key Fob
In a "first," other than the Cayenne, Porsche just revealed the four-door Porsche Panamera in Shanghai. It's supposedly able to go from zero to 60 in under five seconds. Also, it has a big butt.
When the four-door Porsche Panamera hits the U.S. in October, it'll be equipped with both an automatic engine start/stop feature mated with an automatically-shifting double-clutch transmission. Ooh! Technology! But wait, there's more.
BMW's Motorsport division said it would never tune an SUV, yet they've gone back on their word on that one. Does that leave room for a big-daddy M7? Looks like a definite "maybe."
If you signed yourself up for updates on the development of the Porsche Panamera at the automaker's minisite, you may have already received a packet of super secret advertising containing expensive ultra-glossy "first official images" of the new Panamera. It also contains what we assume is an unintentional backhand at…