What follows is an actual headline from a "Big Three" automative company:
LOOK OUT! HERE COME THE SPIDERMEN: FORD ENGINEERS USE ARACHNID LEARNINGS TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE SCREEN TO KEEP CREEPY CRAWLERS OUT
And here's the accompanying graphic:
That’s right ladies, Ford’s heroic spidermen have arrived just in the nick of time to save Jane and other hapless damsels from the thing they fear the most while grocery shopping: icky spiders. More specifically, the Cheiracanthium mildei and Cheiracanthium inclusum — aka yellow sac spiders — notorious for building dense cocoons inside their cars and nightmares.
Fitting cars with spider screens to prevent them from laying eggs and blocking sensitive components like fuel vapor lines is nothing new. Ford says it produced its first spider screen in 2004. Improved screens are now being implemented inside Ford’s North American cars before going global in the new 2016 Focus S.
Or will they?