Friday Fun: Shoe-Shaped Car to Celebrate Women's Day

We hope the airbags and seat belts match the shoe and the purse... Photo via the Huffington Post.

Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and we commemorated the day with a round-up of our previous posts on women and sustainable transportation. Indian car designer, Sudhakar Yadav also celebrated International Women’s Day, but he did so by building cars shaped like a shoe, a purse, lipstick and a makeup compact.

The cars are ready to be driven and can reach speeds of up to 28 miles per hour. The cars recently got a test drive on the streets of Hyderabad, India.

These unique and custom cars represent only four out of the total of 30 Yadav has built so far. Some of his other creations include a snooker table car and a cricket bat car. His goal is to build 100 uniquely shaped cars. Once he’s attained his goal, we hope he switches to building uniquely shaped sustainable transport vehicles, like buses, trains and bicycles.

What do you think of Yadav’s creations? Would you want to ride in one of these “cars?”

Photo via the Huffington Post.

Photo via the Huffington Post.

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