Verizon Hum Rider Car hydraulic lifts say bye to Traffic
Verizon changed an SUV to get way taller. The “Hum Rider” has hydraulic lifts within the wheels. Too awful it’s only a PR stunt. Verizon has constructed a sky-excessive SUV to sell its cloud-connected automobile tech.
The Hum Rider is a Jeep Grand Cherokee equipped with a custom undercarriage that could lift it approximately 5 feet in the air, giving it enough clearance to conquer visitors by driving over it.
Verizon recently enlisted marketing corporation Thinkmodo to sell its Hum, a telematics “dongle” that plugs right into a car’s OBD II port and presents offerings like diagnostics, roadside assistance, and automobile tracking for a month-to-month price. So Thinkmodo decided to build a Jeep Grand Cherokee that could raise itself nine feet within the air and straddle different vehicles.
Thinkmodo wanted to create a literal representation of the improve drivers get with the aid of using a Hum, co-founder Michael Krivicka advised Mashable. So it constructed a automobile that actually rises up. Get it?