Yea, Neither Would We, And We Are Robots.
Doesn't Motor Trend know that only robots have the answer to what future of cars will be?
Charlottesville, Virginia- Because "you never know when you'll need to do a few reps," fraternity brother Nick Bleck has installed the first ever bench press set in his autonomous car. Mr. Bleck has been hitting the gym ever since his dad forced him to do his first biceps curls in front of the whole family during Christmas 1992. Ever since that first bicep curl, Mr. Bleck has been hooked on how lifting weights make his body toned.
Mr. Bleck's life has taken a tragic turn ever since his two hour commute to work in Washington, DC has taken up all his free-time. "Ever since I left college, I really haven't had to time to keep my physique in top notch shape. I'm not getting the high school girls checking me out as much as in my college days."
In an attempt to bring back the glory of Mr. Bleck's college "bod", he installed a bench press set in his autonomous car to "do some reps on his way to work." This is the first weight set Robot and Rider has ever seen in an autonomous car.