Ten craziest modified exotic cars
All of us know that exotic cars aren’t cheap to own one. Some people prefer to collect them in their living room but some will spend thousands of dollars to modify them. Some people love them too much and not willing to step hard on the gas pedal but some will rape their exotics. Whatever your preference is, let’s check out these top ten craziest modified exotic cars of all time, make sure your eye don’t pop out!
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
The factory-tuned Mercedes-Benz SLR looks good enough for many people but not Mansory. Mansory customized this gold color Mercedes-Benz SLR with 20-inch cool wheels. The car is lowered and added with customize bodykit that you can’t find it elsewhere. This 700 hp monster talks very loud when the engine is rev.
Hamann’s Mercedes-Benz SLR
If you are not gold lover, try this Hamann’s panda colored SLR. This monster has a mere 700 hp from the V8 engine under the hood and it is capable of reaching a top speed of 218 mph. It isn’t just the exterior that looks cool but the speed and pickup too, and Hamann named it “Volcano” – Powerful and strong.
The Cayenne is nothing more than a five seat mid-size crossover before Gemballa did these crazy things on it. The Cayenne came out from Gemballa’s garage and became “Gemballa Tornado”. The Tornado has many carbon fiber parts on the body to reduce the weight and a well-tuned V8 engine that produces 700 hp.
Don’t ever think that Hummer is just a heavy large-size SUV with slow pickup. Geiger has done one with scissor doors that usually find on Lamborghinis. This is definitely one of the greatest pimped out cars of all time.
The G-Power Typhoon RS V10 is definitely one of a kind. The eye-catching exterior, lowered body, two tone body color are just part of it. Under the hood, there is a 900hp twin-supercharged V10 engine that works like a large-size shark.
Mercedes-Benz SL Cabriolet
Sports cars always look good because it is low and cool. FAB Design has just tuned one with wide-arch bodykit and special pearl body color that shine away all other vehicles stay close to it.
It is not surprise that you may not hear of Chevrolet Newmad. The Newmad costs $1.3 million dollar and 24,000 man hours to create. The front of the car looks like the classic Chevrolet Bel Air but under the hood it has nothing related to the Bel Air. The Newmad is powered by a 8-liter V8 engine that pumps 540bp and fives a top speed of 145mph. That’s $1.3 million!
Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG
If we don’t tell, you may not know that this is the Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG from the picture. Carlsson surely had a great time to turn the CL65 AMG into a beast that wears a 753hp twin-turbo V12 engine. The Carlsson C25 doesn’t come with three-pointed star logo. It is badged with Carlsson logo. What you need to sacrifice for this beast is $550,000 dollars.
Neil Armstrong’s 1967 Corvette Sting Ray priced more than $200,000, so does Callaway’s Corvette. Callaway spiced up the Corvette in such a sensational way – the main windscreen is one of its kinds. Power wise, what do you say about a 650hp engine that reaches 206mph?
ASI Tetsu GTR’s Bentley
Bentley is no longer just an executive car with what Tetsu GTR done. A list of upgrades has done to the car and the power is pushed up to 800hp, taking the car to hit a climax at 200mph. It is hot and it is one of the must-see craziest modified exotic cars.
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