According to a recent survey conducted in the United Kingdom, 3 out of every 4 people recognize their car as a status symbol and a huge reflection of themselves. Because of this, Chevrolet has built a "fitting room" for prospective car buyers so they can actually see themselves in the vehicle before they buy it.
The oversized fitting room was build in South London and features 3 massive mirrors which allow you to see how you look in the vehicle from the front and both sides. This has come about as a result of more and more people using their vehicles as a symbol of their success and an extension of their personality. Honestly, would you buy a car if you didn't look good in it? (Don't lie)
The room is curtained off and the central platform can be revolved 360 degrees to give you a view from virtually any angle. The single unit is being listed as a "trial," but it's safe to say this is more likely a novelty item and unless it brings a significant increase in sales, it won't be mass produced. I would still like to give it a try though. It beg's the question "Do these pants make my bumper look big?"
From : Gizmag