WATCH: Finally, a Vacuum Cleaner That’s Built into a Car

In Uncategorized on March 27, 2013 at 4:53 pm

This would be AHHHHMAAAZZINNGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Our vehicle interiors are like shrines to our lives: corroding pennies, the odd Cheeto, the AWOL cylinder of ChapStick, crumbs from a convenience store “delicacy,” the errant lump of gum (thanks kids!), Goldfish cracker bits, silvery gum wrappers, little lakes of gravel — and if you live north of Mason-Dixon, quartz-like nuggets of ice-dissolving road salt. There may not be an app for any of that, but at least there’s now officially a vacuum!

Meet Honda’s 2014 Odyssey, which comes with — wait for it — the world’s first built-into-a-vehicle, crud-sucking hose. Really, a vacuum cleaner spliced with a van, complete with attachments, a replaceable filter, a canister bag and a stretchable hose that reaches from back to front. Honda apparently ran its new minivan and a ShopVac through one of those pods Jeff Goldblum used in The Fly.

You access the thing by pulling a panel off the sidewall…

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