We’ve already seen some interesting synthesizers, and we’ve come across some improvements that would have been a shame to go up, but now it’s a completely different thing.
Obviously no magic happened, and the Lambo didn’t become any Honda, but it doesn’t look a bit like it. It’s possible that Indian automakers also got their start on this principle, who don’t usually have a more serious financial background or just an arsenal of parts to remodel, yet are getting the most out of what they have.
So far, this is because an average car has been completely redesigned in such a way that at first glance – especially if one does not understand cars at all – one might think that one is seeing a real Italian racing car. The Honda Civic wants it to look like a Lamborghini Aventador, and if you look at its nose, the story is totally believable.
The conversion wasn’t bad anyway, in fact, they even unscrewed the door to open it up, although that’s still not enough to take our eyes off the massive rear wheels. The proportions of the car are not correct, but it seems that they took the conversion seriously: even the electric hardtop got the Honda Aventador.
Meanwhile, a video clip came out of the Autobahn test of the Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition, with the biggest surprise coming from the Skoda Superb. About details here we wrote.
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