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^^^Does the 'h' imply it's a hybrid?
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testallosa?
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It looks like a Ferrari had a three-way with a GTR and an R8.
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Originally Posted by grundletaint View Post
testallosa?

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the rear looks like a new chevy car on steroids
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testallosa?

well played.
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It's counterfeit.
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it seems that all Chinese car (really anything) model names are simply a random string of meaningless numbers and letters. S11-460h WTF? The S also looks close to a 9 So I think they were trying to make it look like 911 (sporty car) but then 460h Reminds me of a Lexus luxury boat, which one is it?!
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it seems that all Chinese car (really anything) model names are simply a random string of meaningless numbers and letters. S11-460h WTF? The S also looks close to a 9 So I think they were trying to make it look like 911 (sporty car) but then 460h Reminds me of a Lexus luxury boat, which one is it?!

I don't think those numbers and letters are even the same font. They probably just pulled them off random cars at the junkyard.
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testallosa?

i lolled
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Good Lord! I soo do not want to be in one of those at speed! The chassis would shudder so bad. Not surprising, though for what is meant to be a 'luxury sports' car the inner dash looks cheapass nasty. The plastic around the speedo looks like remolded cupholders. lol
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front looks like a cross between a enzo and a gtr. side looks like r8 and rear look like enzo. All done rather badly of course.

Just copy and paste styles from other cars I guess.
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The exterior from the 90's, the interior from the 80's, the underpinnings from the 70's and an engine from the 50's. Fantastic! I wonder how many ashtrays it has?
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testallosa?
Mad lulz!
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