Adorable Kids Asked to Design Cars of The Future Demand Rainbow Headlights, Fins, Wings

Kids don’t just say the darndest things – they can imagine some pretty crazy things too.

This is why a design company asked ten children to envision what they thought the cars of the future should look like.

GoCompare says that they first became inspired to do the project after England announced new initiatives in meeting the country’s environmental goals under the Paris Agreement.

“Since Britain announced that the sale of diesel and petrol cars will be banned from 2040, the question of what the cars of the future will be like is highly relevant,” a GoCompare spokesperson told Good News Network. “We were inspired to ask children because they’re the ones who will be driving these cars – and we knew they would come up with some unexpected ideas.”

They were right, too – the kids did not just give their imaginary automobiles style; they also gave them features so sustainable, they could make Tesla jealous.

A designer from the company then drew out detailed illustrations of what the cars could look like – and the children were delighted.

“The kids were really pleased and excited to see their work brought to life and published online. We are also planning to print out and frame their artwork and send it to them, which should be a nice surprise.”

Check out the stunningly chic creations below:

This flamboyant caravan, as drawn by 12-year-old Charlotte, is equipped with state-of-the-art wings for avoiding traffic jams, as well as a reflective rainbow paint job. As you can see, the interior is large enough to comfortably live in; perfect for any colorful nomad living on the road.

Charlie, already a sensibly fashionable youngster at the age of 11, focused on the chic exterior of his model and settled for the basics: rainbow headlights and touchscreen doors.

This dazzling vehicle may look whimsical, but don’t be fooled – the Unicar comes equipped with a turbo boost, eyelash-installed cameras, and specially designed wings for water travel. Additionally, the metal can change color—useful for sneaking up on dragons and enemy Unicars.

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