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Presenting The Latest Feature On The ‘Star Trek’ Enterprise: Acid Drive
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The U.S.S. Enterprise has a brand new feature on-board, and it’s full of trippy, colorful awesome-ness.

After the Captain makes the order, the famed Star Trek ship needs only but for someone to press a button, which initiates the brand new feature: Acid Drive. Once commenced, the Enterprise lets loose some groovy tunes and psychedelic lights turn the ship into its very own rave as they travel to their next destination.

Sure, this is likely to cause a few seizures here and there, but for any crew that likes to travel in style and keep their work fun, the Acid Drive feature is a must-have.

You can see what it looks like by continuing on below and watching the video!

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[Source: Joe Monster via AOTS]

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