Much like that time James Bond drove an amphibious Lotus and everyone started wrapping clingfilm around their headlights, we've all idly thought about stuffing mini TVs into the back of our cars at some point or another.
So feast your eyes then, on this souped up cinema-on-wheels: a heavily modified Cadillac Escalade dubbed the Curve, containing - yep - an integrated Curved Smart TV, airline style tables, 24k gold-plated hardware, an entertainment system controlled from an iPad Air II, a raised ambient LED ceiling, and another batch of high-def TVs strewn around the furnishings.
The crew behind the Curve? Wizards? David Hasselhoff? Not even close - automobile conversion specialists Lexani Motorcars, a firm so well versed in luxurious and all-round grenade proof vehicles that their current fleet makes even Obama’s motorcade look positively low budget.
And many private jets would fail to rival this for comfort. For proof of that, take a look at the video below which highlights all the trims and mod-cons that go into making this the ultimate drive-in cinema.
Warning: you may never want to go home.