These guys made a $2 million Lamborghini with only $15,000 and a Volvo

If it looks like a Lamborghini, if it smells like a Lamborghini... it still might just be a Volvo. Yep, the $2 million supercar you're staring at above was made at home from guys at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan using a thirty year old Volvo 740. The total money they spent to make a carbon copy of the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento was 15 grand. Not a bad deal!

If you're unfamiliar with cars, here's what a Volvo 740 usually looks like. Classic, boxy, values its family:

These guys made a $2 million Lamborghini with only $15,000 and a Volvo

Here's what a Volvo 740 looks like after it's outfitted with specially designed metal, carbon steel and acrylic glass. English Russia says the wheels of the Volvo were replaced with wheels from a BMW X5 and that the guys spent a lot of time making drawings of it:

These guys made a $2 million Lamborghini with only $15,000 and a Volvo

These guys made a $2 million Lamborghini with only $15,000 and a VolvoS

These guys made a $2 million Lamborghini with only $15,000 and a VolvoS

So yeah, a little bit different. The whole process took three months to finish which is definitely a lot faster than saving up 2 million dollars (non lottery division). One thing though: the car is just a mock up model. It doesn't drive like a Lamborghini because it doesn't drive at all. Still, it's better to have a parked Lambo than no Lambo at all.


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