I have a question for all the world’s carmakers: are we animals? Are you building and selling cars to a pack of goddamn animals? No? Really? If not, then why are you still building cars that have to be operated with a physical key of some kind, like a filthy ape would use? The era of the physical car key is over. It’s…
Here’s one way to get your keys out of your Ford F-250. It might not be the best way, but it’s one way.
Slight correction there, actually. This key, done in a diamond-encrusted style that serves as an homage to the flag of Saudi Arabia (of course), costs at least $46,000. That's where pricing starts, and it only goes up from there.
Forget start buttons! Cars should have proper keys. Or tiny pieces of art you can slide into your pocket. Remember, they're tools for making your machine come alive.
Keychains are a great way to organize all the little things you need in day-to-day life, but adding too much to yours could damage your ignition and prevent you from starting your car. How much is too much?