When Lamborghini Gallardo meets 2007 Ford Mustang and then combined into a single vehicle, this is the result. Tractorri Custom Coupe spent $700,000 on this one-of-a-kind build for the SEMA show years ago to pay tribute to Lamborghini’s beginnings as a tractor manufacturer. Despite looking like a Mustang, the bodywork is completely custom, while using Porsche 911 Turbo turn signals, steel fender flares, rocker moldings, as well as Lamborghini Gallardo taillights. Read more for additional pictures and information.
It took quite a bit of work to get the V10 in a mid-ship position, connecting it to an E-gear transmission and all-wheel-drive system, so significant modifications underneath the bodywork were required. A front lift system sourced from the Lamborghini Gallardo was also added.
“Inside, the Tractorri Custom Coupe features a Gallardo dashboard chopped and modified to fit the Mustang body. The center console and seats come straight from the Lamborghini, along with the HVAC switches, gauges, and controls. The unusual hybrid also features a custom Alcantara headliner, custom door panels, and custom lit sill plates. The Gallardo’s factory keyless entry system has carried over as well,” according to Car Scoops.