Trust Saab to develop a breathalyser integrated into a car key, as if their computerized locking system isn’t bad enough. I am spiteful because of the many times my poor mother got locked out of her car over the past couple of years, and the last thing a Saab needs is more reasons to lock out its owner.
Well anyway, the keyring works like this: drivers will have to blow into the mouth piece to get the car started, and if the breathalyser senses too much booze on the breath, the driver won’t be able to start up the engine. Currently, Saab’s Alcokey is in prototype stage and not yet integrated into the actual key, but it’s already on trial over in Sweden.

+Shiny Shiny