What the f*ck is this sh*t? Why would anyone want to do this to even the crappiest car, let alone a god damn corvette? We all like to think of our favorite cars as monsters or beasts, but it should not translate into toothed grill modifications.
Although we do like the sentiment on this one, there is such a thing as taking it too far. We can’t imagine what gain there is to be made from this mod. Perhaps it is just a looks thing.
Twin chassis? Sounds good man, let’s put them on top of each other, and don’t forget the minimum height restriction for drivers is 9 foot tall. Resembling the truck-version of a bunk bed, this mod is both strange and surely unpractical.
Aside from going through water, there’s surely no need to do this to your vehicle. And from that view point, there are much easier ways of elevating your ride than doubling up on the chassis volume.
One thing is for certain, though, you couldn’t drive this tank if you suffered from vertigo.
Tasteless, unnecessary and offensive to the eyeballs. This is a growing trend right now, but for the life of me I can’t figure out why. Manufacturers are constantly trying to evolve designs of cars, but nobody churns out motors to look like Kanye West’s watch.
Also, there is absolutely no gain from having wheels that are taller than most teenagers. Looking like this is clearly some sort of fashion statement. Unfortunately, to most people, it just looks like an out-of-proportion mirror with wheels.
OK, so perhaps this car is representative of a sideways look at the Mad Max-type world we are rapidly decaying into. The rust, the dirty rims and horn-LED combo suggest this car owner is more of a lunatic than sensible road user.