Meet the 2015 Tartan Prancer. It comes packed with new technology and an amazing upgraded design. There is a Martini holder in the outside of the door so you can enjoy a nice drink and a rolled down window on your long and winding trip down holiday road. There are twin ashtrays in the front dash, which is sure to attract all the sexy femme fatales. And it is equipped with a state of the art CB radio. The detachable steering wheel comes in handy for hands-free driving, and now you can get a full head tilt with the seat rest, insuring you never miss a moment while you're barreling down the highway of life. There's even a water fountain in the midsection of this coveted automobile, to keep all those thirsty passengers satiated.

Yes, the 2015 Tartan Prancer is the car of choice for the Griswolds as they set off on the road trip of a lifetime in the upcoming comedy reboot Vacation. Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo return as Clark and Ellen Griswold to pass the baton on to their son Rusty as he prepares to take his own family on a memorable summer holiday. The main cast features Ed Helms as Rusty Griswold and Christina Applegate as his wife Debbie. Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins are their two sons. And the rest of the cast is rounded out by Chris Hemsworth, Leslie Mann, Charlie Day and Kaitlin Olson.

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In Vacation, the next generation of Griswolds are at it again! They go on the road for another ill-fated adventure in their 2015 Tartan Prancer. Following in his father's footsteps and hoping for some much-needed family bonding, a grown-up Rusty Griswold surprises his wife, Debbie, and their two sons with a cross-country trip back to America's "favorite family fun park," Walley World. of course, nothing goes as planned. One disaster follows the next, and before long, it looks as though Rusty and his family may never see the entrance of Walley World. Is it 1983 all over again?

1983's Vacation introduced the Wagon Queen Family Truckster station wagon, which was created specifically for the film. The Truckster was based on a 1979 Ford LTD Country Squire station wagon, equipped with heavily modifications. The car was designed by George Barris, and lampooned American cars of the late 1970s. The Truckster features a pea green paint scheme; fake wood paneling; eight headlights, four on each side in a rectangular cluster (taken from another Crown Victoria/Country Squire, but inverted); a grille area largely covered by bodywork having only two small openings close to the bumper. Though Ellen wants to fly to Walley World, Clark has insisted on driving, so he can bond with his family. He's ordered a new car in preparation for the trip, but the dealer claims that it will not be ready for six weeks. Clark is forced to accept this hideous Wagon Queen Family Truckster, an ugly, outsized station wagon, as the car he brought to trade in has already been hauled away and crushed!

It isn't know if similar circumstances force Rusty to accept the 2015 Tartan Prancer, or if he simply loves the unique look and design. He's family certainly doesn't enjoy its appearance when it arrives in their driveway. And the car proves to be hazardous for the road as the Griswolds set off for their trip. Some of it's gadgets and upgrades have been shown off in previous trailers and TV spots. One of its more interesting features is a chair that swivels a full 360 degrees. And when Rusty attempts to pull a Vin Diesel-sized Fast & Furious stunt on the open highway, the car survives the multiple flips like a champ. Take a look at 2015 Tartan Prancer. Maybe you'll want to purchase one for your very own!