Don’t get too excited, the car’s not real.
Or is it?
In a forward-thinking move, Chrysler has placed its products of the future into the upcoming Colin Farrell action thriller, “Total Recall.”
A remake of the 1990’s cult classic starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and based on a novel by science fiction author Philip K. Dick, the film takes place in the year 2084 in a world where cars can fly and people can have memories implanted into their brains that allow them to live out their wildest fantasies.
Apparently these include getting chase by police driving flying Dodge cop cars while you and your rebel friend try to outrun them in badge engineered Chrysler versions of the same – think Charger and 300.
Or maybe 200, as clips from the film appear in a new commercial for the brand’s current best-selling car.
Of course the cars don't technically fly, they hover with help from an electromagnetic field provided by tracks embedded into the road, similar to a concept floated by VW earlier this year.
Either way, they sure do beat a Johnny Cab.