The best of YouTube: This year's April Fool's Day roundup

Did you fall for any of these gags?
by Drei Laurel | Apr 3, 2017

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Honda's at it with emojis again. Last year, Honda tried its darndest to convince people that it was offering special emoji-themed license plates in the UK. Hopefully, you didn’t fall for it…because why would you? This time around, the company is taking it a step further. Just watch the video.

 

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The BMW dDrive. Your pup can now enjoy the sensation of open air at speed without you having to worry about him falling out the passenger window. Yes, it's impractical; it's a joke after all. But as an avid dog lover, a small part of me wishes this wasn't an April Fool's gag. 

 

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Lexus Lane Valet. If this luxury carmaker has its way, inconsiderate Filipino politicians will never need to wang-wang their way out of traffic again.

 

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The most aerodynamic McLaren ever. McLarens are crazy fast, but how can the British carmaker take its penchant for speed to new, unprecedented heights? Watch as the company looks to the sky—literally—for answers.

 

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Hyundai Click to Fly delivery service. Screw driving to the dealership for your new car. Actually, screw having it driven to your home's driveway, too. Drone delivery services are the future, and Hyundai's got the right idea. 

 

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