Cars 2 (the unofficial sequel)

Recently I read a post (found here) on the possibility of a Cars sequel, and basically… it’s not coming. But it got me thinking. While I’m not necessarily looking forward to a sequel, I somehow like the possibility of sequels. So here’s my idea of what a Cars sequel could look like.

Tagline: Losing is not an option

Setting: A different town, a different character; probably Formula One, since it’s so big right now; and therefore probably set in Brazil or Italy.

Plot: Inspired by friendship, a lazy car grows in confidence, gains enthusiasm of life, and starts to try hard to win.

We find a lazy car, Seed, not willing to work hard to match up to speed of the circuit, and so is usually used as a crash car (test driving) for road safety. (basically he is beat up). Seed’s friends are frustrated with him, because they think he could be fast. But no one really knows how fast except the garage owner who helped build the car; Seed was built in his garage; he knows he was built for speed, but because of a personal loss, the garage owner has not unleashed Seed’s true potential.

Along comes the Formula One championship, and a terrible crash where one of his best friends is involved, to one of the teams forces Seed to enrol. And he’s asked to perform; but basically because he’s lazy, he doesn’t mind coming last, again and again.

Until finally, he meets a small car, the son of the friend in the crash, who looks up to him. And this small car inspires him to try harder and unleash his true potential.


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