Take a small army of gearheads, music lovers, techies, gamers and adrenaline junkies, equip them with GOPro cameras, stick them behind the wheel of the all new 2014 Fiesta, cover their gas money and let them loose. What do you get? 100 different, touching, funny and sometimes awe inspiring videos is what you get.
Whether it’s slogging through a muddy obstacle course with the Decimal Brothers, explaining the origins of your unusual name (Dartanion London) in front of a packed crowd of music lovers at Bonnaroo, or getting all 007 at your local laundromat and being kidnapped by a mysterious blow-dart wielder, all of these stories have one thing in common - they all happen because they were inspired or driven their by the new 2014 Fiesta.
We’ve embedded three of the Fiesta Agent videos above, hit F5 or refresh on your browser to see a different one, and let us know which is your favorite.
When you’re done, drop along to Fiesta Agents to find and follow even more agents and their stories as they are released
There was a time when the Volkswagen Beetle was the cutest car on the roads but that time has passed since Toyota tricked out to look like some of your favorite Pokémon characters. It’s part of a promotion run by Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy along with Japanese Toyota dealers, and they’re giving away mini toy cars to promote the new Pocket Monsters film, but let’s be honest, nobody wants one of the toys… We all want the real cars.
Legally blind, with over 95% of his vision impaired, Steve Mahan gets a special test drive in one of Google’s self-driving cars.
This is why I love technology. Not for you “think different” because everyone has an iPhone devices, but for advances such as this that can really make the lives of people better.
Having safely completed over 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, we wanted to share one of our favorite moments. Here’s Steve, who joined us for a special drive on a carefully programmed route to experience being behind the wheel in a whole new way. We organized this test as a technical experiment, but we think it’s also a promising look at what autonomous technology may one day deliver if rigorous technology and safety standards can be met.