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The Week contest - Future cars
Please come up the second-dumbest bumper sticker to affix a person's car
Google executives Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin pose in their self-driving test model car.
Google executives Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin pose in their self-driving test model car.
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elcome to The Week's "What Next?" contest, an invitation to test your powers of imagination with challenges inspired by current events.

Click here for the results of the previous contest: Lake texts

Last week's question: This week’s question: Google’s self-driving Toyota Priuses have clocked more than 200,000 miles on busy highways and city streets, using radar and computers to avoid obstacles and other cars. BMW and Audi also have prototypes of cars that drive themselves. Please come up with a catchy name for the first mass-produced car that has no need for a human driver.

RESULTS:

The Winner:Chevy Nomanned
Helen Geracie, Milwaukee, WI

Second Place: The Ford Siesta
Bob Doligale, Prospect, KY

Third Place: iPhone 9
Bob Samuelson, Plymouth, MN

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

CarTrek
Mike Fleice, El Granada, CA

H.A.L. on Wheels
Paul Raff, Santa Monica, CA

Car2D2
Raven Deerwater, Mendocino, CA

Robo Coupe
Elliott Linker, Guffey, CO 

Sedandroid
J. Craig Hill, Johns Creek, GA 

BORG-Lamghini
Glenn Terry, East Bethel, MN

The Audimatic
Katie Dunn, Denmark, ME

WithAudi Driver
Glen Hait, Paradise Valley, AZ

Napster
James Hackett, Santa Rosa, CA

Booze Control
Barry Cutler, Palm Desert, CA 

Evolvo
Mitch Ruda, Tucson, AZ

Model mT
William Bernsau, Jacksonville, FL 

Maybe on Board
Karen Kleinerman, Audubon, NJ

Toyota Controlla
Mary Oberfoell, Monticello, IA

Bored Explorer
Alex Goldklang, Evanston, IL 

The Headless Horsepower
Sara Hoopes, Evanston, IL 

LookMa!
Joan Benedix, Pompano Beach, FL

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