This one has so many nice touches. It's really worth listening to a few times or once intently to catch all the cool little bits. For instance:
He chuckled. "Cars actually swear at each other?"
"Occasionally," she said. "I imagine the lower sort indulge in it more frequently, especially on freeways and turnpikes when they become congested."
"Let me hear a swear-word."
"I will not. What kind of car do you think I am, anyway?"
"I'm sorry," said Murdock. "You're a lady. I forgot."
There was an audible click within the radio.
Here's another example of a throwaway detail that really fleshes in a whole world:
Jenny was a specially designed deathcar, built for him by the Archengineer of the Geeyem Dynasty...
This is Zelazny at his best.
The Devil Car
20 October 1978
Roger Zelazny (author), Michael Hanson (narrator, Murdock?), Tricia Day (Jenny), Steve Gordon (technical production).