When strolling, running, or driving down Burggasse, it couldn’t be missed. The pink stretch limousine was too flashy, and passersby were too worked up by the chutzpah that had monopolized this location, which provided enough room for several hotly contested parking spaces. With a multifarious accompanying program of car-aoke, a cocktail, a drive-in, mixtapes, and a car-radio broadcast of a talk. The long eyecatcher became a parked living lab for ten days where more than just lemonade was pressed. The project AUF ’NE LIMO invited both enthusiasts and skeptics to think about what’s expected of public space and cars in the city. And the visit of a school class, whose children all fit into the limo, made it obvious that the space taken up by the limo was used in an efficient way.