Fight Back Against Bad Emojis With This Porsche Automoji Sticker Pack for IOS 10

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
fight back against bad emojis with this porsche automoji sticker pack for ios 10

We all use our phones, and we all receive errant, unwanted eggplant emojis.

It’s time to fight back against this petrolless future with this Porsche-themed iMessage sticker pack for iOS 10 users.

Created by friend-of-TTAC Kevin McCauley, the Automoji for Porsche sticker pack features German icons throughout history, from 911s of all sorts and LeMans racers to front-engined Porsche sports cars and ultra-rare exotics like the 959 and Carrera GT. Don’t worry: there’s not a single Cayenne or Macan in the bunch.

The sticker pack is on sale on the iTunes App Store and costs a measly $0.99, meaning this collection of Porsches is likely the cheapest you can buy — and brand new, too!

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  • JimZ JimZ on Sep 16, 2016

    " we all receive errant, unwanted eggplant emojis." eggplants, if we're *lucky.*

  • Ronnie Schreiber Ronnie Schreiber on Sep 16, 2016

    Somewhere, Apple and Porsche marketing folks are smiling. Personally, not being an iPhone user or Porsche enthusiast, I could probably care less, but not by much. This thing is just asking for a parody. Gremlin and Pinto emojis? Rusted wrecked emojis? If you make a set of Vespa scooter emojis, I'm sure someone will buy them.

  • Tassos What was the last time we had any good news from Ford? (or GM for that matter?)The last one was probably when Alan Mulally was CEO. Were you even born back then?Fields was a total disaster, then they go hire this clown from Toyota's PR department, the current Ford CEO, Fart-ley or something.He claims to be an auto enthusiast too (unlike Mary Barra who is even worse, but of course always forgiven, as she is the proud owner of a set of female genitals.
  • Tassos I know some would want to own a collectible Mustang. (sure as hell not me. This crappy 'secretary's car' (that was exactly its intended buying demo) was as sophisticated (transl. : CRUDE) as the FLintstone's mobile. Solid Real Axle? Are you effing kidding me?There is a huge number of these around, so they are neither expensive nor valuable.WHen it came out, it was $2,000 or so new. A colleague bought a recent one with the stupid Ecoboost which also promised good fuel economy. He drives a hard bargain and spends time shopping and I remember he paid $37k ( the fool only bought domestic crap, but luckily he is good with his hands and can fix lots of stuff on them).He told me that the alleged fuel economy is obtained only if you drive it like a VERY old lady. WHich defeats the purpose, of course, you might as well buy a used Toyota Yaris (not even a Corolla).
  • MRF 95 T-Bird Back when the Corolla consisted of a wide range of body styles. This wagon, both four door and two door sedans, a shooting brake like three door hatch as well as a sports coupe hatchback. All of which were on the popular cars on the road where I resided.
  • Wjtinfwb Jeez... I've got 3 Ford's and have been a defender due to my overall good experiences but this is getting hard to defend. Thinking the product durability testing that used to take months to rack up 100k miles or more is being replaced with computer simulations that just aren't causing these real-world issues to pop up. More time at the proving ground please...
  • Wjtinfwb Looks like Mazda put more effort into sprucing up a moribund product than Chevy did with the soon to be euthanized '24 Camaro.