Ten Automotive Brand Tie-Ins That Need To Happen

Some companies were meant for each other. When it comes to cars, we think these ten cooperations would work best.

10.) Ferrari and Trojan Condoms


Ferrari can and will sell you anything with the prancing horse, so instead of Viagra, how about some extra performance and smooth shifting action courtesy of Ferrari's lubrication and ultra lightweight materials?

Suggested By: Jay_Hoff, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

9.) Smart and Levi's


Smart wouldn't be the first, and since they love to use volleyball players at car shows, it's about time to roll out with a 'Skinny Jeans Edition' for them as well.

Suggested By: DennyCrane, Photo Credit: RaSeLaSeD

8.) Citroën and Maersk


Modern French cars are fantastic and should really make their comeback to the 'States just like how Alfa Romeo is about to. In the meantime, Maersk could ship them all over the world for those who can't wait anymore. Their blue is a cool color as well.

Suggested By: Straightsix9904, Photo Credit: Wolfgang

7.) Audi and HENN Architecture


With Saab gone, all architects have now is German techno. Might as well join forces.

Suggested By: JayBe_III, Photo Credit: Audi

6.) Chevrolet and Sega


Got the looks, got the color, got the name, the next thing you know, you're collecting rings all over the city.

Suggested By: Semaj07, Photo Credit: GM

5.) Porsche and Starbucks


You know what you're getting from both. April_N:

Starbucks and Porsche work pretty well... They both have the knowledge and background to make things like a Cayman R or a single origin Clover. Yet they both realize that they can't make any money producing good pure products... so instead they produce crap (Frappicinos/over roasted espresso and Cayennes).

Well, except for that Cayennes are actually decent SUV's while 90% of Starbucks can't pull a shot of espresso to save their life.


Suggested By: TokyoBayAquaLine, Photo Credit: Mark

4.) Subaru and Monster Energy


Boost will build up in both your engine and your heart if you choose the Subaru with the built-in drink dispenser. burglar:

Monster Energy Edition Subaru WRX. Comes with a six pack of cans in a chilled glove box, one flat brim cap, one stupid jersey (Size XL), a fart can exhaust that exits at an angle, and a sticker pack for the rear window for the owner to "customize" with including such hits as Fox racing, drifter, JDM, and shocker mods.


Suggested By: burglar can't heart click anything, Photo Credit: Tony Harrison

3.) Land Rover and Adidas


Adidas is more of a lifestyle brand than anything nowadays, and the same could be said about Land Rover. Being sporty is fashionable.

Suggested By: afaik, Photo Credit: Land Rover

2.) Nissan and Elizabeth Taylor


Ladies and gentlemen, Andy Sheehan:

The Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds Edition Nissan Murano Crosscabriolet. There's only one fragrance, and only one car, for you, Janice. The look, the feel, the scent of pure bliss. Put on your lipstick, straighten your pant suit, make sure the coffee pot is off, and put on your lipstick, because today you're not driving to the office, you're flying.

The premium six-speaker stereo has been pre-tuned to your favorite Gloria Estefan hits and the automatic transmission will handle everything for you. Equal parts smooth and sassy. Like Elizabeth Taylor. And you. Empower your commute with the Elizabeth Taylor White Diamonds Edition Nissan Murano Crosscabriolet.


Getting hired by both parties as we speak.

Suggested By: Andy Sheehan, StreetsideStig, Photo Credit: saebaryo

1.) Volvo and Jalopnik


Following the massive success of the Jalopnik Edition BMW 3-Series, the Jalopnik Volvo would be "a shooting brake that only comes in brown, only has RWD, only has one transmission; manual, and of course is a diesel."


Suggested By: zacarious, Photo Credit: Volvo

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Top Photo Credit: Volvo

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