Thailand-based body shop PS-Modify Chonburi recently unveiled their latest project, a Toyota MR2 Spyder converted into a bizarre-looking Lamborghini Veneno Roadster knockoff. Unfortunately (or fortunately), it looks nothing like its real counterpart, due to a front end that stretches out from the chassis of the Toyota with nearly zero support, no headlights, but at least the rear-end is decent, as it features the same engine cover, four tailpipes, rear wing, and rear diffuser design as the real Veneno. creation. Read more for two additional pictures and additional information.
“While it’s difficult to know how much the owner of this MR2 Spyder paid for the custom bodywork, we’re guessing that it’s only a fraction of the cost of the roughly $4 million required to purchase a Veneno or Veneno Roadster,” reports Car Scoops.