- The Dodge Viper SRT, a sleek beast of a car, nods to its racing heritage with track outlines hidden throughout the car - of particular interest in the outline of the Nurburgring next to the window switch.
- If you turn on the ‘Autopilot’ feature on a Tesla four times in a row, the normal road graphic will be replaced by the ‘Rainbow Road’ from Mario Kart.
- On a Renault Twingo RS, the accelerator and brake pedals are shaped like the ‘play’ and the ‘pause/stop’ symbols on a DVD player. The Skoda Superb has an umbrella for those rainy days tucked in a slot of the rear door.
- In the 2006 Vauxhall Corsa, opening the glovebox and peering inside will reveal a shark, built into the framework of the lever mechanism.
- The GAZelle Next, built by Russian company Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod allows you to play Tetris through a complex series of button pushing and level pulling.
- The last few Jeep models, including the Renegade, have included a number of little hidden images, including a spider on the engine, a Sasquatch and an original WW2 jeep on the window trim.
- Similarly, on the 2017 Jeep Compass, you can find a cute little lizard, just chilling beneath the windshield, between it and the car bonnet.
- The Volvo XC90 also has a cute little spider in the webbing of the underside of one of its storage bins.
- Sticking with Volvo for a moment, their S60 concept car has headlights that hide the silhouette of two Viking ships - a tribute to their Nordic heritage.
- The 2006 Mini Cooper has its own ‘Unauthorized User Manual’ (actually produced by the company) hidden on the internet, revealing many of the cars secrets. - http://www.motoringfile.com/files/unauth_manual.pdf
- 2016 and 2017 Honda Civic sedans and coupes have a tribute to four of their greatest designs embossed onto the underside of the spill mat.
- On most Mercedes-Benz models, holding the ‘Air Circulation’ button will close all the windows simultaneously.
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