Toyota MR-2 with grafted on MX-5 face and GT-R rear actually looks the business
Sounds like a bit of a chop job, but the result is not half bad
Toyota ceased to manufacture the mid-engined two-seater sports car in 2007, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep the look of your car updated and fresh with a few mods. How about a complete face transplant from a new Mazda MX-5 ND topped off with a redesigned rear end that uses Nissan GT-R light clusters.
Now you’d think that such a car would look ridiculous, that you’d point at its owner and creator and just laugh at how bad it is. But no. It actually looks like it belongs and those not in the know may even mistake it for a lightly modded production model.
Granted, the photos autoevolution found on Reddit aren’t that high quality and you can’t zoom in to see the workmanship. But it looks good. Really good, and aside from using the aforementioned light clusters, its front bumper apes that of a Lamborghini and the less extreme rear bumper matches its style.