Tired of wasting our time looking at celebrity mashup images like “What would Miley Cyrus and Jude Law’s baby look like?” (Spoiler Alert: Hideous), we decided to waste our time instead doing the same for iconic cars.
Our work answers the age old question: ‘If I mashed a Range Rover into a Lamborghini would it still be beautiful?’. Read on to see our abominable creations. Mwahahaha.
At launch, the Lamborghini Miura was the fastest road car available, but imagine how much faster it would be with half of the bodywork removed and switched with that of an Ariel Atom. Now stop imagining.
Porschiac WW RS
In Breaking Bad, Walter White amassed a huge stash of cash by distributing tonnes of illegal substances. If he had accidentally tasted his own supply, maybe he’d have splashed some of that money on producing this badboy, a blend of the iconic 911 GT RS and Walter’s car of choice, the Pontiac Aztek. The result is the Porschiac WW RS.
Walt Jr would approve. For more information, please contact your local Porschiac dealership.
In our eyes, the Mini Clubman is a half measure at best, but owning a Hummer suggests you might be dealing with some form of inadequacy. To bridge this gap, Hummer and Mini have teamed up (they definitely have not teamed up) to create the HUMI. A semi between a Hummer and a Mini.
Aston Martin may still be reeling from the woeful reception the Cygnet received, but if they want to have another crack at it, they can feel free to take liberal inspiration from the Aston Smartin (with a grill George Foreman would be proud of). You can thank us later guys!
The Land Rover Defender is an institution - a rugged, no-nonsense 4x4 with an interior designed to be washed out with a power hose. Mazda’s MX5 is no less beloved, as the world’s best selling sports car.
The obvious conclusion we came to was to let these two get it on, creating a special “concept” vehicle, the Mazdafenda. A 2 wheel drive, 2 tonne hybrid (the weird half-cat-half-monkey kind, not like a Prius) that excels neither on or off road, but at least would never be referred to as a hairdresser’s car.
The height of refinement, like surf-and-turf, the Rangerini combines the two most luxurious things on the automotive menu. Incorporating the aggressive styling of a Range Rover and the even more aggressive styling of the Lamborghini Aventador, we have somehow produced the cutest high performance 4x4 on the market (look at its cute wing mirror ears!!).
If these designs inspire some billionaire (come on Gatesy!) to actually create one of these cars then we can only apologise. Let us know what other iconic cars would produce “beautiful” offspring and we’ll create the most popular suggestions!