The faux Peugeot promises a new paint, available first on the RCZ, which changes colour depending on one's psychological state.
"Technicians at Peugeot developed this pioneering new technology by using a psychochromatic coating, which alters the molecular structure of the paint to emit light at varying wavelengths," said the official website.
"The driver's moods are detected via heat sensors integrated into the steering wheel, which read their body temperature and pulse rate to change the exterior colour of the car accordingly."
Kodak claimed to have made massive developments in the field of 3D printing with a printer that delivered live kittens to the user. Their future plans included a commercial large scale elephant printer.
"The first of these products is available now!" the company posted. "KODAK Picture Kiosks can now print Live Kittens. Starting today, at selected retail locations, you can choose from 12 perennially popular breeds of Felis silvestris catus and have your own live, furry little of ball of cuteness printed right there – in store, in minutes!"
Conan O'Brien, who presents late-night talk show Conan, released a video claiming to have bought out the popular technology site Mashable. He stated he had paid CEO Pete Cashmore "3,500 smackeroos" before kicking him out.
"There's going to be a lot of changes around here," he added. "So stay tuned, 'cos I'm in charge now. I'm going to be sending out a lot of tweets!"
Complete with a professional-looking website, Richard Branson's next alleged venture, Virgin Volcanic, stated: "Using patented carbon-carbon materials pioneered for deep space exploration, Virgin is proud to announce a revolutionary new vehicle, VVS1, which will be capable of plunging three people into the molten lava core of an active volcano."
The claim was even accompanied with celebrity endorsements from Seth Green and Tom Hanks.
Hanks said: "A window seat for a journey to the liquid core of our home planet would be a bargain at twice the price."
The popular gadget website 'unveiled' its latest pun-based product, the Dubstepladder.
"Each of the pressure-sensitive rungs is pre-programmed to play a 5-second burst of grimy, bass-heavy gibberish as you step on it," the listing explained. "And with a built-in modulation interface at the top you can even tweak them as you work. Step up and down and piece together a pounding, electro-cacophony to rival your dubstep heroes!"
The ladder, also featuring light-up steps, retails at £70,000 ($110,000).