At the 1939 World Fair in New York, Norman Bel-Geddes unveiled his concept of superhighways, driving the development of powerful and aerodynamic vehicles. At the fair 25 years later, a car with two shopping carts built into the trunk was exhibited. The car had become the perfect tool for an accelerated consumerism. Today other technologies throw speed and shopping together. This project is about imagining what the world might look like if streamlining as an economic principle had remained physical (instead of going digital), and the drive-in consuming experience had been taken to extremes.