Cars Are Now Sending Each Other Emojis On The Road

Cars Are Now Sending Each Other Emojis On The Road
Automotive

Since traffic isn't getting any better, people are turning to light-up accessories in order to make for happier commutes

Charlie Stephens
  • 5 july 2016

Despite the rise of autonomous vehicles, a company called Motormood is set on humanizing the driving experience with smileys and thumbs ups. Their CarMoji is a remote controlled, light-up emojis that let drivers express themselves to others with the touch of a button.

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