This is way cool, it's a mustang that pretty much looks like a rocket and the interior is like an airplane that will be there with the Air Force on the Kennewick side of the river.

Project Supercar was created to clearly demonstrate how youth’s passion for cars and
mechanics can develop into a career in the U.S. Air Force. Visitors are immediately drawn to the footprint when they see the tricked-out car called X-1.  This fully
customized Ford Mustang is all about power and speed with a central drive system and a real F-16 ejection seat.

Visitors engage in a 38’ trailer filled with interactive touch screens showing the parallels between the technology in the car and the technology used by mechanics and special ops. Visitors can also watch a short video on how the cars were built and learn more about Air Force career opportunities.  New this year is the opportunity to play the first mission of Airman Challenge -- an interactive, touchscreen
game allowing visitors to try their hand at U.S. Air Force missions on one of five gaming kiosks located in the back-half of the trailer.