A British-based online dealership called CarWow has taken a handful of cars and merged them together, to form some rather interesting creations. A lot of the resulting cars that you see below are appealing, but some are downright horrific.
Aston Martin DB11 and Land Rover Defender
This particular design makes the Aston Martin a bit more useful. Just the body of the DB11 is used, while the Defender provides everything else, from the wheels, bumpers and door hinges. We have a hunch that enthusiasts might take this over the Evoque Cabriolet.
Ariel Nomad and Bugatti Chiron
Both the Nomad and Chiron are fast in their respective fields, so together they should form one very scary creation. While making use of the Chiron’s wheels, front grille, headlamp design and part of its body, the Nomad’s skeletal structure fills in the gaps.
Audi R8 and Audi S1
On its own, the S1 is a formidable machine, but can you imagine what it would be like if you dropped the 449 kW naturally aspirated V10 from the R8 into it? This design seems pretty spot on as it makes use of the S1’s body and covers it in R8 trimming and details.
Audi RS7 and Alfa Romeo 4C
Kill it with fire. The RS7 and 4C are attractively designed cars but when you put the two together, it just goes to show that too much of a good thing is actually, well, bad. This mashup makes use of the RS7’s body and adds the 4C’s front-end, wheels and rear air inlets.
BMW 2 Series Active Tourer and BMW 3,0 CSL
This is what you get when you take one of BMW’s most iconic cars and pair it up with its current MPV. The design is straight-forward as it takes the Active Tourer and backs it up into the Group 5 widebody of the ‘Batmobile’. If this were a reality, it would make for one interesting racing series.
Fiat 124 and Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta
With both being open-top Italian sportscars, it’s not surprising that these two work well together, despite the fact that their performance figures are on opposite sides of the spectrum. While this is mostly LaFerrari, the 124‘s headlamps and wheels are easy to spot.
Jeep Renegade and Dodge Challenger Hellcat
It’s surprising how well these two cars fit together. Both of them are made by the same group, but with one being an SUV and the other a no-nonsense muscle car, it’s unexpected that the Jeep Renegade would merge so well with the Dodge Challenger.
Lamborghini LM002 and Lamborghini Centenario
We aren’t sure what to make of Lamborghini’s military-grade SUV paired with trimmings from its latest supercar. Most of the design makes use of the LM002’s body with the side-skirts, wheels and door mirrors being sourced from the Centenario.
Mercedes-AMG G63 6×6 and Mercedes-AMG GT R
Two very extreme vehicles from the Affalterbach factory come together in this one. The concept is simple. Take the GT R‘s body and plant it atop the 6×6 platform. The parts fit together surprisingly well, but we’re not to sure if it would be competitive enough for the Nurburgring.
Tesla Model S and Ford Mustang GT350
The past meets the future, and it’s a slightly awkward fit. While the lines of the Model S remain intact they are obscured by the Mustang’s trimmings. We’re not too sure whether this makes use of Tesla’s EV power or Ford’s V8. Maybe it’s a hybrid?
Volkswagen Golf R & Volkswagen Buggy
If there were a versatile beach buggy that made use of Volkswagen’s turbocharged 206 kW engine and 4Motion all-wheel drive system, would you buy it? We think a lot of people’s answer might be “yes”. Not a lot of the Golf R can be seen in this design, if you exclude the wheels and the grille…