This Ford Mustang is hiding a crazy secret
It is a hybrid but not the kind you would expect
This 2007 Ford Mustang is heading to auction in Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale sale next January but this isn't any ordinary Mustang. It is in fact a hybrid but not the type you are thinking of.
Some mad genius decided to merge a car that was Italian and American at the same time and here is the result. A Ford Mustang on the outside with a Lamborghini Gallardo in the inside.
Its engine under the bonnet is the same 5.0-litre V10 used with the 6-speed automatic transmission from the Lamborghini.
The project cost a jaw-dropping $700,000 to build and so far has only done 2564 miles on the clock. The creator of this car put on custom bodywork with a fabricated front end that includes Porsche 911 Turbo indicators, steel fenders and rocker mouldings.
The back of the car has also much of the Lamborghini's styling such as the taillights and exhaust pipes.
The name isn't that bad considering that most would go with a silly name but instead it is called Tractorri which is to tribute Ferruccio Lamborghini’s start as tractor production and sales.
Not only that the colour of the car was specifically chosen to be a deep crimson red and just like the Gallardo it has keyless entry despite it almost being 10 years old.