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Geneva Auto Show 2018: The Volkswagen school bus

Imagine yourself being 8 years old again. Wouldn’t you have loved to see this thing pull up to your house to take you to school? No wonder Volkswagen is calling it the Cool Bus. We love everything about this thing.

We love that it’s autonomous so you never have to worry what kind of bus driver your kid will have to deal with for the next six years. We love that it can be summoned using a mobile app and that you can control where it is going using that same app. We also love that it’s electric because, well, electric cars are cool right? We love that kids can sit in the back of the VW Cool Bus and play with a variety of games or draw on a touch screen.

Sure it can only fit four, but we don’t see anything wrong with that. You only really end up with two or three good friends in the end anyway, so why not start early.

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