(VIDEO) The New Apple iCar Unveiled; Just One Small Teensy-Weensy Problem

Is it a mouse, a car of just a high-tech coffin?

Is it just mere coincidence that the latest vision of the supposedly soon-to-be-manufactured glorified golf cart looks an awful lot like a wireless mouse?

In quite the interesting article penned by PF Whalen of TheBlueStateConservative.com, he makes quite a few thought provoking comments in regards to Tim Cook’s brain fart child.

Whalen eruditely noted of the vehicle (emphasis mine);

As one might expect with a product from Apple, their new “concept” vehicle is full of bells and whistles, many of which Apple has understandably submitted for patent protection. It’s an electric vehicle, naturally, and one of the more groundbreaking aspects of the car is it autonomous driving functionality.

What Apple appears to have forgotten is that, ultimately, an automobiles’ primary function is transportation: to get folks from point A to point B. All the other add-ons that cars come with are nice. Leather seats, a kick-ass sound system, and a sleek, sexy look will always be appealing, but at the end of the day, it’s still just a car.

Another excellent point that Whelan notes, the iCar is “a vehicle that’s sure to cost six-figures…”

Hmmm… inflation is racing towards nine percent, gas prices expected to hit $10 a gallon in certain parts of the country this summer, and the base model of the Apple car expected north of $100,000.

Golly gee, if I didn’t know any better, I’d swear the Biden regime is trying their level best to put both the Middle Class and the Working Poor into permanent poverty.

But that’s just me.

Anyhow, of all the common-sense faults and foibles that Whelan’s cited, undoubtedly the greatest would be a vehicle that “requires passengers to sit in what amounts to a claustrophobic, panic-inducing coffin? Comfortable seats and cool entertainment options aside, do they really think folks are going to want to seal themselves into a windowless vault for their daily commute?”

That’s right… the iCar doesn’t have any windows.

Call me old-fashioned, but if I’m about to face-plant into a bridge abutment or do a head-on with a Freightliner Truck, I want to see it coming.

How in the hell do you even get into this thing?


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