Custom limousines aren’t anything new or special, but rarely do you see one based on a 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup. Currently listed on Facebook Marketplace for $7,000 or best offer, this pickup truck has been stretched to 37-feet, thanks to elongated body (longer bed / cabin), but with no extra axles were installed for support. Read more for additional pictures and information.
You won’t find another Rolls-Royce quite like the “Rose” Phantom. The Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective personalized the interior of this Phantom for a Swedish entrepreneur, embroidering the starlight headliner, door panels and dashboard with a unique flower scene. Its owner decided upon this floral motif because his wife and two of four children are named after flowers. A total of one-million embroidered stitches were used to create this one-of-a-kind vehicle. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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This widebody Ford Mustang from the UK could be the most menacing-looking yet, and not just for its looks. It started out as a normal Mustang GT but then a 2.65-liter supercharger was added to the V8 engine, along with new injectors, an air intake, a modified exhaust system, new headers and a custom ECU tune, sending 834 hp (1,000 hp at the crank) and 718 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. Read more for a video and additional information.
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We’ve seen the Cyberphone, the LEGO Cybertruck, and then CyberNUC’s PC case, but now, one pickup owner decided to troll Tesla by creating their own Cybertruck knockoff using duct tape and painted cardboard. What makes this so special is that the sighting occurred directly in front of a Tesla showroom. Just a week after launching the vehicle, Tesla reported to have received over 250,000 pre-orders for the Cybertruck, with 42% choosing the Dual Motor, 41% selecting the Tri Motor, and the other 17% opting for the Single Motor.Read more for the full image.
Limited to just 350-units worldwide, the 2020 McLaren 620R is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V8 engine tuned to 611 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque, which is approximately 49 hp and 14 lb-ft more than the standard 570S, thanks to ECU as well as turbocharger management tweaks. This extra power means the road-legal race car is now capable of accelerating from 0-62 mph in a mere 2.9 seconds. Read more for additional pictures and information.
This 1991 Nissan Skyline R32 may not be a GTR model, but owner Steve Molans made sure his GTS-4 stood out from the rest. How so? He custom designed and manufactured a set of infinity mirror taillights for the vehicle, complete with colored LEDs, and even a Nintendo controller remote start to boot. An infinity mirror is basically when two or more parallel or nearly parallel mirrors, create a series of smaller and smaller reflections that appear to recede to infinity. Read more for a video and additional information.
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JHD Creative wasn’t thrilled with the Tesla Cybertruck, so they came up with the Cybercar, which is essentially the truck, but in coupe / supercar form. The vehicle keeps the flared front fender arches, wedge-shaped roof, and the boxy angular styling instead of opting for the curves found on the upcoming 2020 Tesla Roadster. Read more for a video of the Cybertruck on the freeway being driven by none other than Elon Musk himself.
The eighth generation Rolls-Royce Phantom uses an aluminum spaceframe chassis, which is a version of the company’s modular “Architecture of Luxury” platform. It’s the first car to be based on this new platform, which will later be used by the Cullinan SUV and other future Rolls-Royce models. Klassen will build you a custom armored 23-foot-long version of this ultra luxurious vehicle for a whopping $3.3-million. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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What really sets Tesla’s Cybertruck apart from other trucks is its unibody construction that uses thick 3 mm (1⁄8 in) 30x-series cold-rolled stainless steel body panels, which can’t be stamped like traditional automobile parts. These panels can only be bent along straight lines, thus resulting in a very distinctive faceted design which has been called “low-poly”. What if a company were to turn this truck into a smartphone? It might look like Jonas Daehnert’s Cyberphone. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Shelby’s F-150 Super Snake Sport concept made its debut at SEMA 2019 in Las Vegas, but this week, the company announced that it will be making 250-units, based on a single cab Ford F-150 with four-wheel drive. The exterior features a new front bumper, ram air hood, mesh grille inserts, an aerodynamic toneau cover and a carpeted bed, body stripes and 22-inch aluminum wheels. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.