Illustrated by Richard Arbib in 1972, this enormous "leisure-mobile" of the future was called the GM Bonanza. It looks like it wouldn't have done very well during the 1970's oil crisis. Or at any time when fuel is more than $.03 per gallon, really.
Bettie Page with Richard Arbib, American industrial designer. Argus, Benrus, General Motors, International Nickel, Republic Aviation, Simca, Swank Jewelry, Tidewater Oil, Union Pacific, American Type Founders, and U.S. Rubber. They dated for some time in the 1950s.