In order to build hype for the Skoda – VW's Czech division – Citigo, which is based on the VW Up!, the company has built a henge out of 18 scrap cars on the south bank of the Thames in London near the famous tower bridge. While skoda is calling it Citihenge, we think it should just be referred to as a carhenge, since none of the cars are Citigos.
While the most famous of Britain's henges is made of stone, the vast majority were wooden. That said, the ancient Celts were known to use whatever was at hand, so the use of an unorthodox building material is hardly sacrilege. We can dig it.