If We Could Drive Anything

Even though cars are becoming increasingly more advanced for the better, sometimes I wish I had a flying magic carpet. Better yet, a teleportation machine would take less time, and as a bonus: no traffic. I got curious about what other team members would choose to drive, so I asked the automotive marketing team at Aronson Advertising Inc. in Schaumburg, IL what their favorite means of getting around town would be if they could pick any form of transportation from their favorite book, TV show, or movie. Check out some of the team’s awesome responses below.

The Lexus from Minority Report

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PPC Marketer Mark Villaloboz: It’s fully autonomous, so I can sleep, read, or whatever while I commute; but it also has a manual driving mode for when I hit the open back roads.

The Millennium Falcon

Millennium Falcon

SEO Ruben Tello: Is this even a question? The Millennium Falcon, obviously!

Cinderella’s Pumpkin Carriage

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Copywriter Gianna Petan: I would love to feel like a princess everywhere I go!

The Devil Z from the anime Wangan Midnight

devil z from wangan midnight

Copywriter Ross Eugene: “The car is based on a car from the “Mid Night Club,” the most infamous street racing team of all-time. The story of the car in Wangan Midnight is that it is possessed by the previous owner who died in it after a fatal crash. The power and overall capability of the “Devil Z” keeps egging the owner on to drive faster and faster until it ultimately tries to kill you.

The whole history of it based in reality is pretty neat, the show is awesome, and I’ve always had a soft spot for old Z cars.

Young Star’s Velociraptor

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Copywriter Jeremy Handel: I’m going to show my age here with the Old School Jeremy answer and say, Velociraptor with a saddle on it per the character Young Star from the 1980’s cartoon show Dino Riders (bottom right corner of jpg). I’ve wanted this since I was probably six years old, and still think it would be awesome.

Claire Fisher’s 1971 Cadillac Hearse

1971 Cadillac Hearse

Social Media Manager Heidi Carpenter: Claire Fisher’s lime green 1971 Cadillac hearse from Six Feet Under because I relate to Claire and Six Feet Under is my all-time favorite show.

Aladdin’s Magic Flying Carpet

Magic Flying Carpet

SEO Tyler Cruikshank: Aladdin’s flying carpet because who doesn’t want to ride on a magical flying carpet?

The Phone Booth from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Bill and Ted

Copywriter Matt Dewoskin: It’s as functional as the TARDIS, but not nearly as temperamental. It also doesn’t require fuel like the DeLorean does. Also, I can park it anywhere because who is going to notice a phone booth?

Optimus Prime

Optimus Prime

PPC Marketer Joey Ryan: Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots, because he always has a good choice of words, is good friend, and a good means of transportation.

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