When people call cars sexy, I don't think they're thinking the same thing I'm thinking. I love cars that have "faces", so to speak. So, when people drive by in a Toyota Camry or a Honda Accord and I say "Hey, that's a sexy car!" and people look at me all bewildered, it's because they're not getting the whole picture! You've gotta add the rest of the body--synthetic breasts and all. Might I need psychiatric help? Likely so.
This is my concept of an anthropomorphic, humanoid car. Her body is composed of materials on both the outside and inside of the car; her belly is leather seat material, the rest of her skin is tire rubber, and she is covered in non-removable metal plates (all except three, that is). There are a lot of features not seen here, like a tailpipe and turning signals, but I'll probably cover those in future submissions. What you see here is the basic design for all my anthro cars, though some have a few distinguishing features such as trunks, spare tires, and such that help differentiate them from other models.
In the canon of my universe, most Anthro Cars or Vehiculoids purchase a magical upgrade to their bodies called "Metaflex". It allows synthetic materials to adopt the flexibilities and sensations of actual flesh. There are three settings: Off, which will return the vehiculoid to a state of rigid metal and rudimentary sensations; Inward, the default which will allow the vehiculoid the feelings and flexibility of flesh, but will still feel like synthetic materials to others; and Outward, which gives the synthetic materials an almost skin-like feeling to those who touch them, making it possible for intimacy.
Since I could go on forever describing how Anthro Cars work in the context of Willy's universe, I'll save some informative tidbits for later pictures. For the sake of now, I'll resolve to call this car woman "Carma" until I think of something more clever.