The internet’s best reactions to the cars that were launched at CES 2023

From clever puns to blunt feedback, the keyboard category had a lot to say about the vehicles on display at CES.

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The 2023 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas just ended, and as we saunter into the tech world, automakers have made sure to tell us they want to be a major driver in this space, revealing a host of new vehicles and innovations at the show.

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After you’ve been sucked into the myriad of dazzling new things that automakers have shown off, indulge in these good internet chimes during the show.

Let’s start with the most featured vehicle at CES 2023, the AFEELA, which is a joint venture between Sony and Honda. (And one we didn’t all make again.) Yeah, it looks cool. Yes, collaborations like this help cut costs for companies while maintaining intrigue. However, we show that the name isn’t all that great. Memorable, but not great.

Sony and Honda explain that “Afeela expresses an interactive relationship where people feel mobility as an intelligent entity, and mobility individuals and society feel the use of sensor technologies and networked information technology.” They should have called it “PS Drive” if you ask us.

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It’s Lucas Cavalcante’s response that makes this tweet.

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A little naughty but hey, that’s what kids say these days.

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How about taking a side order from Black Eyed Peas, if you will?

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Our very own Andrew McCready writes in his book on the Volkswagen ID.7 that “tThe all-electric sedan’s camouflage paint job is about 40 layers deep and includes 22 separately controllable zones, electrified beneath the top coat of paint (by way of electroluminescence) so that it lights up “.well, classy.” Connect it to an audio system, And the vibration beats will be visualized by illuminating those individual areas.” That’s what’s needed! But let’s not give too much praise, when there is a grunt to be had.

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Sometimes the simplest response is the best.

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Obviously, aerodynamics aren’t for everyone.

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Reduce the reuse of recycled materials.

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Also revealed at CES 2023: BMW’s i Vision Dee, where “Dee” means “digital emotional experience,” a car that can change its colors at the touch of a button. (It seems to be the new thing this year.) Even more impressive, it can turn a windshield into a full screen for augmented reality (AR).

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If you are a fan of Alarm –

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Comparing anything to a 1995 Dodge Stratus, well…

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Jay Kana specializes in videos and written reviews, a pun expert, and an avid kayaker. He often plays the guitar for his cats when we are not working with him to the bone.

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