Auto enthusiasts from Iran spent approximately 4-years reverse engineering a Lamborghini Murcielago SV to create a near perfect replica. Its chassis is based on the one developed by Lamborghini and recreated using the automaker's original data, while power comes from a Hyundai-sourced 3.8-liter Lambda V6 that can reportedly 'easily reach' speeds in excess of 174 mph. Continue reading for another video, more picture and additional information.
The Manhart MH4 700 LW takes the BMW M4 Convertible, and transforms it into a blue monster body kit. It's not all just about looks, as this sleek vehicle now sports a tuned turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six engine generating 690 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, thanks to a bigger turbo, new intercooler and ECU tweaks. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Someday, Mercedes-Benz may actually build a moon rover / vehicle, but as of now, it's just a pipe dream. Carlex Design transformed an X-Class truck into a six-wheeled monster that could give the G63 6x6 (above video) a run for its money. Featuring a heavy-duty winch, reshaped bumper, a roof-mounted LED light bar, off-road wheels and new side steps. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Fostla has taken the Mercedes-AMG GT S to the next level, and the upgrades are not just cosmetic. The supercar now boasts a Level 2 package that includes ECU tuning, upgraded downpipes by PP-Performance and a BMC sports air filter, which up power output to 641 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. Exterior wise, there's a Prior Design body kit wrapped in Malachite Green, a KW coilover suspension and 20-inch ADV.1 alloys. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
A Tesla Model S refresh is just around the corner, but at least one owner has given their P100D a "Dark Knight" makeover. It comes complete with blacked-out chrome accents, smoked headlights / taillights, tinted windows, and last, but not least, a set of 21-inch SM7T Deep Concave alloys (21x9 at the front and 21x10.5 at the rear) from Strasse Wheels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
First unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the Project Black S Concept, a vehicle by Infiniti and the Renault Sport Formula One Team, boasts Renault's dual-hybrid powertrain technology. Featuring a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 engine that produces 400 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque, paired with a hybrid system with a 4.4 kWh lithium-ion battery and three electric motor generator units. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Auto enthusiast Zac Mihajlovic, who has also built a 1989 Batmobile replica, is hard at work on his next project, a Ferrari-powered F1 replica car for the road, called, "Zacaria". This street-legal supercar is powered by a 6.3-liter Ferrari V12 sourced from a wrecked F12 Berlinetta, mated to a transaxle six-speed transmission from Albins. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
The McLaren 720S may not technically be classified as a hypercar, but it most certainly has the performance to make you thinks twice, that is until the automaker decides to release an LT-branded model. Instagram user The Kyza gives us a glimpse at how such a model would look, equipped with flared wheel arches, a set of ultra wide wheels / tires, bold side skirts, and an aggressive shark fin to help the car slice through the air. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
From a far distance, this may look like a new facelifted (2016+) Honda / Acura NSX, but it's actually just a strange Civic-based replica from Indonesia. All of its body panels have been swapped out, including a new front fascia, complete with a hood, grille, headlights and air intakes, while Lamborghini-style scissor doors were also added for effect. Continue reading for another facelifted NSX replica and more information.
Drake Anthony, better known as "Styropyro" on YouTube, is a chemist who transforms old technology into homemade lightsabers and laser bazookas. That's right, he managed to build the latter using DLP television projectors and lithium ion batteries. "When I was 12, I learned about lasers in science class. And it was you know, very very simple terms, but I found this stuff interesting and so I went home and did some reading online," said Anthony. Continue reading for a video on his laser telescope and more information.