Pyongyang, North Korea - At an informal press conference/luncheon yesterday, North Korea unveiled its newest automobile, the Plutonium. The car is named after the highly radioactive chemical element with which most of the chassis and frame are constructed, giving the car its signature silver-yellow sheen.
"The Plutonium is quite a car," said Isaac Morrison, a Washington reporter who flew to Pyongyang for the unveiling. "Even standing across the room, I could feel the raw power radiating from it."
Experts believe the Plutonium, which comes standard with a Korean-built V6 engine, power windows, and dual climate control, will be quite popular with car enthusiasts. The car comes equipped with an innovative new GPS system, which can not only track the car if it is lost or stolen, but can also do something out of a science fiction novel -- it can drive the car itself.
According to the brochure, the GPS system is "pre-programmed with the locations of major American landmarks, important buildings, and densely populated areas." The brochure goes on to state that the car will be available in manual or automatic.
In a surprising show of good will, the North Korean government has decreed that Plutoniums will only be exported to the United States.