Stupid concept cars - the Suzuki Flix

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Stupid concept cars - the Suzuki Flix

Talk about useless. A car that doubles as a movie theatre. The sort of thing Monster Garage or Pimp My Car would make.

The seats swivel to the rear and a screen rises out of the back of the car, with a projecter pointing out the roof like a weird scoop thing.

I think the designers at Suzuki have too much time on their hands.

Built by the Carlab of Orange, Calif., and based on the all-new 2007 XL7, the Flix concept offers film and entertainment enthusiasts the ultimate mobile movie experience.

The Flix's ultra-rich, super-clean and modern exterior accentuates the redesigned body of the all-new XL7. The XL7 concept is dressed in midnight black paint with platinum accents and deep crimson "theater red" perimeter LED linear emitters encircling the lower valence of the midsize SUV.
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In addition to its eye-catching exterior appearance, the Flix is outfitted with an unprecedented in-vehicle movie system. After parking at the optimal film-viewing destination, Flix's clamshell roof can be opened, revealing a maximum-size moonroof that serves as a 60-inch movie screen.

Additionally, the XL7 concept's front roof panel vents, giving way to a high-density digital projection system to display a family's movie of choice. For those who prefer the traditional drive-in movie experience, Flix's projection system can be positioned to display movies nearly anywhere – the side of a building, a billboard or almost any wall.

 http://www.gearfuse.com/suz...

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 http://www.autoblog.com/200...

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By netchicken: posted on 9-1-2007

Who knows maybe this crazy contraption would appeal to the crazy Japanese youth. They already have these vans filled with boomboxes and turntables, a mobile DJ thingy!

Anyway these things always tun up at autoshows, 90% of this stuff never goes into production !
By IAF: posted on 11-1-2007








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