BMW has released an advert which strongly hints at the possibility of having sex in a driverless car.
Last year, the car firm shot an erotically-charged video to promote its Vision iNext concept car.
But earlier this week one of its Twitter accounts shared the film along with the words: ‘A space where everything can be done with ease.’
This tweet is not available on Twitter right now, suggesting it’s been deleted.
The advert tells the story of a couple who meet in a cafe before getting intimate on a beach.
They are also shown pootling along in a driverless concept car. Although we don’t see them having sex, it’s strongly hinted at throughout the clip.
‘The BMW Vision iNEXT is a warm and optimistic vision that merges all the key technologies for future mobility into a single vehicle: it will be all-electric, highly automated, fully connected and ultimately human,’ BMW wrote.
‘In this short film we follow Eve and Leo’s path of finding each other. Their love story leads them to their favourite space: The BMW Vision iNEXT, where they experience the magic of future mobility today.
‘Traditional materials are connected with high-tech features to form shy technologies. Combined with many other revolutionary features, Eve, Leo and their friends enjoy a whole new user experience inside a car.’
For the record, we don’t think the sentence containing the phrase ‘a whole new user experience’ is alluding to group sex.
Last year, an article in the journal Annals of Tourism Research suggested shagging in autonomous automobiles will become a ‘growing phenomenon’ and predicted this new trend will create industries akin to ‘Amsterdam’s red-light district on the move’.
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