South African electrical engineer Moses Ngobeni had always dreamed of building his own sports car, and he made that a reality. Spending a total of just 240,000 ZAR ($16,750 USD), he managed to complete the project in a mere 3-years sourcing parts from multiple automobiles. Its 2.0L engine, as well as the rear brake light, come from a 1998 BMW 318is, while the rear windows from a 1986 Mazda 323, side windows from a 2005 BMW M3 E46, a Volkswagen Caddy windscreen, 2011 Audi TT headlights and lastly, menacing 2015 Nissan GT-R taillights. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“This custom build also comes with plane-like wing aero features that pop out automatically to supposedly add stability during emergency braking. He’s also found a way to start his car remotely, using his mobile phone – which is very impressive, though we’d imagine that him being an electrical engineer was easily the deciding factor in his project’s success,” reports Car Scoops.