2017 Lexus LIT IS covered in 41,999 programmable LED lights that alters color, if it is ever enabled on the road, would probably be the world’s most disruptive car. The car, called the LIT IS, was developed as part of a cooperation in between Lexus and video streaming service Vevo to promote UK vocalist Dua Lipa’s new video, “Be The One,” as per Gizmodo. Not to forget that this car changes colors in reaction to human gestures and music.
“This special cooperation between Lexus and Vevo showcases the Lexus IS as an unbelievable work of art, technology and design through the lens of a video” is a declaration made by Lexus’ PR group to explain this remarkably indulgent however undoubtably cool project.
To create this vibrant chameleon of an automobile, Lexus engineers applied all 41,999 LED lights by hand. If positioned end-to-end, the LED stripes would extend half a mile in length. As per Lexus, the vehicle features 3 different modes:
“Attract mode includes a loop of colorful graphics that highlight the strong lines of the IS and play into its bold styling. Music Viz mode is developed to respond to music, as the LEDs will create custom, responsive displays that perfectly sync to any song. Gesture mode permits the motion of the LED animations to be managed by users’ hand movements with the help of a gaming console. This mode directly links the car and the driver, permitting the person to send a signal and see the car respond.”
All which sounds very fun, however we must reiterate, you will likely never have the ability to acquire the Lexus LIT IS. We doubt that the government will permit Lexus to offer this hallucination on wheels since it would develop mishaps and chaos all over it went.