Knowing when to stop when spoilers and plastic are involved is pretty damn important, as you can see below.
Volkswagen Golf mk3 wild styling experiment..
VW golf mk4 rear end, combined with a minibar – kinda thing..
and yucky green interior to finish it off. Props for the effort in car styling, and wtf for result
This is a weird combination of a little honda coupe, with CLK or E-class mercedes headlights and BMW front grille, all spiced up with hood scoops and spoilers. Gunmetal paint and body finish doesn’t look as bad as the final result, which is disproportionate. Got a honda? stick with honda and aftermarket parts for honda. CLK headlights will not make you become a benz owner in eyes of others.
Well not really sure what to say about this particular one.. You have the Italian design school, producing simply the best looking cars overall, and german engineering and feel of quality. Now, as a former alfa owner, I understand someone who’d try fitting an audi engine below the alfa bonnet (ok alfa-fans I know it’s a blasphemy, italian heart, sportiness and whatnot, but I don’t care anymore about the cool sound alfas make, they’re unreliable pieces of crap that will let you down (had two of them), back to the topic – why would someone take a beautiful car and mess it up like this is beyond me. Effort is huge, craftsmanship great, but the result isn’t, the car is out of proportion and as most of hybrids, it’s ugly.. If this is just a photochop, yay