Mini made a Pokémon concept car that you can connect a game console to

Mini collaborated with Pokémon to develop a Pikachu-themed concept car that is, fittingly, all-electric. The automaker displayed the vehicle during the Gamescom Opening Night Live event, which allows you to attach your game console and project your gameplay from the front of the vehicle.

Mini involved its Aceman concept for this collaboration, which it recently uncovered in July. With the “Pokémon mode” that comes installed on this specific car, Pikachu assumes control over the vehicle’s main display when the vehicle’s turned on, while digital lightning bolts travel across the whole dashboard.

In any case, the coolest part about this concept is that you can really plug in your game console and afterward use the vehicle’s exterior projector to show your gameplay on whatever surface your vehicle’s left before. (Clearly, it would need to be dark enough for everything to fall into place, and you’d need to find a flat surface so the projection wouldn’t look distorted.)

Smaller than normal offered no data on which kind of game consoles the car would support or how adding controllers could function. It is only an idea, all things considered, yet it would in any case be really great in the event that Mini truly figured out how to remember this feature for one of its future vehicles.