Major Car Manufacturers Association to Switch to Steam-Powered Cars

In a shocking move, the Association of Major Car Manufacturers has announced that they will be switching to producing cars with steam engines. This decision has left many scratching their heads, wondering if we’ve gone back to the 19th century.

According to the Association’s spokesperson, steam engines are more environmentally friendly and will help reduce our carbon footprint. “We’re committed to protecting the planet and this is just one way we’re doing it,” said the spokesperson.

However, critics have pointed out that steam engines are outdated and inefficient. “This is ridiculous,” said one industry expert. “Steam engines were phased out for a reason. They’re dirty, slow, and require a lot of maintenance.”

Despite the criticism, the Association remains firm in its decision. They have even announced plans to create steam-powered sports cars, promising that they will be just as fast and powerful as their gasoline counterparts.

It remains to be seen how the market will respond to this sudden shift in production. But one thing is for sure: we may soon see a resurgence in the popularity of top hats and monocles.