Anyone who follows Stephen King on Twitter knows that the master of the macabre has no shortage of novel ideas (ba-dum-bum).
His latest musing was tweeted out on Sunday and details his vision for an innovative car he'd like to have—and it has nothing to do with Christine, From a Buick 8, or any of the vehicles featured in his short story "Trucks" (film adaptation: Maximum Overdrive).
No, King's idea had more in common with the "horse of a different color" from the Wizard of Oz.
Here's his tweet:
Fans were excited about the idea and quickly started clamoring for him to incorporate the idea into a story:
The obligatory Christine references:
There were a few hapless commenters who agreed they'd settle for much less than King's mood ring car:
Others were shocked by some of the emotions King admitted to:
Perhaps King's dream of owning a mood ring car was inspired by this 2014 hoax video that supposedly shows a car using a new technology called "paramagnetic paint" which they say allows the driver to change the car's color by adjusting voltage sent throughout its body.
. . . or from Peugeot's 2012 April Fool's Day joke ad.
These Twitter users seem to have the right idea:
Basically he wants this, but in a car:
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