Whether you celebrate or not, there is something quite satisfying in the hunt for Easter eggs. But instead of plastic eggs full of sweets, we bring you some of the coolest hidden features hidden in the design of cars you might have missed.
There's AZ on the side of the BMW Z4
When Formula One announced that it was changing its new logo, there was a startling number of people who did not know that a "1" was hiding in negative territory "neatly integrated into the Z4's bodywork could also surprise some of these people.
2. The Mini Logo Hides Inside
In both older and newer generations, the Mini Cooper, designers have used the air controls to subtly sneak into another mini logo.
. 3 Practical memories of the Renault Twingo RS pedals
If you really think about brakes and acceleration is a bit like stopping and a DVD at Renault must have been busy, because with the Twingo RS the icons for stop, start and pause are comfortable printed on the pedals so you never have to forget what they are doing.
. 4 The Tesla Model X is Coming to Holiday Spirit
Elon Musk is known for hiding or Easter eggs in his cars, but if you're planning a big revelation on Christmas morning, the Model X is unbeatable. Hold the Tesla "T" for five seconds and enter "Holiday" or "ModelXmas" when prompted. Then you just have to follow the instructions and enjoy the light show.
. 5 Chrysler Hid a Sly Dig at GM in the Doormats of the 200
Chrysler has always been proud of its Detroit heritage, and they wanted to make sure everyone knew it when they put the Detroit skyline into the floor mats of The 200th If They Knowing Detroit, it will be pretty obvious that it misses the GM Renaissance Center, which is a truly inspirational pettiness.
. 6 The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk will not forget its roots
If you closely examine the wheels of the Trailhawk, you will see a small red silhouette of an old Willys Jeep painted on the fairing
7. Puddle Lamp Projections
Beaming a logo as a call-to-action is no longer just for Batman. Many manufacturers are aware that lighting their logo under the doors is a pretty cool and easy way to grab attention. You can find the puddle lamp projections among others in the Hyundai Genesis, Ford Mustang and Range Rover.
. 8 The jeep apostate has … almost everything
Say all about . The Jeep designers wanted to make sure that you really know you're getting a Jeep. The Renegade features the distinctive Jeep grille on the headlamps and taillights, the rearview mirror and on the speaker grilles; an old jeep profile that crosses the windshield; Aircraft-like "No Step!" – warnings on the side rails; and, my personal favorite, a little spider that will teach you "Ciao, baby!" greeted when you open the fuel filler flap. Among other. Many and many others.
9. The Vauxhall Corsa has … A shark?
Allegedly one of the designers of the Corsa was dared to find a way to include a shark in vehicle design. The designer actually made it: When you open a glove box, there is a shark profile on the outside hinge. Presumably you would miss the frightening detail if you did not look for it.
10th Thawing with the Skoda Octavia
Have you ever been in your car to drive to work, only to realize that it was icy in the middle of the night and you definitely are not ready for the winter yet? All you have to do is open the tank lid of the Octavia, and there you go: A handy green ice scraper is hidden inside for all your frozen emergencies. Do not forget to put it back.