Skoda recreates Stonehenge
The car market filled with all sorts of cars. So to get buyers’ attention, automakers need to make a real splash.
The Citihenge was built in three months using eighteen scrap cars weighing a total of 36 metric tons and under the direction of renowned installation artist Tommy Gun. Each henge is five meters tall by five meters wide and is made to withstand force-12 hurricane winds.
Story courtesy Autoblog
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