Holy-Trinity Shooting Brakes – Holy Mother Of God

1y ago

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Someone once told me that battered cod was beautiful when dipped in melted mint choc-chip ice-cream. Someone also once told me that bananas go wonderfully on a bacon sandwich. And I've also been told that the perfect accompaniment to a piece of cheese is a bar of chocolate. All of this tells me one thing: I really should stop mixing with people from the local lunatic asylum – otherwise known as my Facebook friends list.

On the face of it however, the renders we see here appear to be the weirdest amalgamation of entities since some moron decided it would be a good idea to stick a Mars bar in a deep fat fryer. No, your eyes aren't deceiving you – someone has genuinely designed shooting brake versions of the Porsche 918, the McLaren P1, and the LaFerrari. And somehow, it actually works!

The brilliant lunatic responsible for this is a chap called YasidDesign, whom I have featured before on my tribe thanks to his Lamborghini Countach SV render. The Holy-Trinity Shooting Brakes however are quite simply some of the most bizarrely brilliant things I've ever seen in my life. The level of insanity required to even consider that shooting brakes and the holy-trinity could be collaborated in some way is something I wish I was capable of emulating!

I don't know about anyone else, but I desperately feel the need to salute YasidDesign for their imagination. I sure as hell wish my mind stretched to being able to envisage such creations.

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Written by: Angelo Uccello

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Photo Credits: YasidDesign - Facebook

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Comments (2)
  • So wrong but so right.

    1 year ago
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  • I love a shooting brake. Make mine a Coco Cola with ice-cream.

    1 year ago
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