The Anti Sleep Pilot conducts simple random tests to determine whether a driver is fit to drive. It also attaches to a car’s dashboard to monitor and record how you are driving. A green light means you’re fit to drive. Fail the test or drive erratically and the unit will flash red, telling you to stop.
Why it matters
In a fight back against nanny states directing more and more elements of people’s lives, will we see more brands step in to give people control over their own lives, empowering them to make their own informed decisions?
Portuguese Police have bought eight Nissan Leaf cars for its Safe School Programme.
Peugeot have started advertising their yet to be produced BB1; a 2.5-metre long all-electric vehicle capable of seating four. The ad emphasises the dreamlike nature of the car with the line: “it’s using wishes that we have created BB1”. The BB1 is not actually in production yet but the brand has seen fit to communicate what the model represents: their vision for the future.