WHAT WOULD SANTA DRIVE?
ALTERNATIVES TO HIS REINDEER SLEIGH
It is officially holiday season! You all know what that means, right? Holidays lights, lots of presents, and most importantly- a few days off work. Anyway, in the spirit of the most wonderful time of the year, I've been thinking... What would Santa drive if his reindeers decided to take a sabbatical? Obviously, this would never happen considering they have the best work schedule out of any of us, but humour me.
LET'S GET STARTED
Considering Santa probably needs some cargo room for his bag of toys, he must have some extra room in the back. The Nissan Titan would make a great fit, for it is able to handle rougher terrain and is equipped with a torquey V8 powerful enough to take on this task of utmost importance. I suppose any powerful pickup would do really, but I simply wanted to stay clear of the Chevy vs. Ford war. This debate can get pretty ugly, so let's keep this holiday post kid-friendly, okay?
The Jeep Wrangler is another perfect choice to handle all kinds of terrain. If Santa was feeling really lazy, he could probably get one of these to off-road to the rooftops- You know, if the person lived in a very small bungalow. It would probably scare the crap out of the kids, but hey, they're getting free gifts so there isn't much to complain about here.
The previous two choices have been quite disrespectful to Santa's elves. I mean, why should they have to sit in the bed of a truck or be crammed in the back? I have chosen the Chevrolet Equinox to solve this problem. It's really quite spacious with its 29.9 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk (and 63.5 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down). Additionally, Santa could put on a movie in the back to keep the elves entertained.
BMW M8 GRAN COUPE
Santa's been delivering gifts around the world for generations, so why shouldn't he have nice things as well? Perhaps Santa has become quite the car enthusiast and would prefer something more modern. The new and striking BMW M8 Gran Coupe would be the perfect choice for riding around in style. With this type of performance and LED technology based off the GTE race car, even Rudolph will be flabbergasted.
On the contrary, maybe I've gotten Santa's style all wrong. Perhaps, he doesn't want to stand out in a shiny car, and he would prefer to blend in- Maybe even with a police car. After all, what better way to determine who is on the naughty list than to catch criminals himself? Besides, if he's running late he can always throw on the sirens and everyone will get out of his way.
And that's it! What did you think of my list? Do you think Santa would drive any of these? Let me know in the comments!