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.
The simple, elegant form that wraps up to the side vent on the Infiniti Essence concept was derived from a Kanzashi, a traditional hairpin Japanese women use when wearing a kimono.
Okay, maybe they're not exactly designed to hold your beer, but they were designed to hold nuts and bolts while you're working under the hood of your Challenger. Were they anticipating break downs? (image via chargerforums)
The design of the Volvo S60 Concept's head light were heavily inspired by the Swedish viking ships of yesteryear.
The Ford GT was built to not only be a world class sports car, but to also help celebrate Ford's centennial which occured in 2003.
The new Grand Cherokee shows some appreciation to the simpler round head light, seven-slot grille times.
It's one of the very few totally organic design features on the Cube and you'd be hard pressed to notice it unless you instinctively knew to look up.
Porsche's Cayenne also shares this fun little design feature with its key fob and even has little head lights to boot.
The vanity mirror cover is an exact design replica of the hood on the GT model. Too bad there aren't little engines underneath, just our ugly mug. Also, the cold air induction tube has a fun little snowflake stamped into it. (top image via mylrs)
The Renault Twingo RS gains its pedal design from the equally cool Renault Twingo Concept car.
Corvette Racing's Jake mascot made its production car debut on the intake runner of the sinister 638-horsepower Corvette ZR1 because Tom Peters (Corvette Design Director) didn't want to have 3 Corvette flag logos in a row.