You know how people immediately assume that combining elements from jaw-dropping vehicles and mashing them all up spontaneously nets them a wondrous piece of automotive engineering? Sure, it works sometimes. But for the most part, we’re left scratching our heads while looking at this ungodly sight, bemoaning the sheer lack of creative foresight by the people who built it.  predator-extreme-is--2

This is the Predator Xtreme, a car that could have been built when somebody put a Ferrari Enzo , a Lamborghini Reventon , a McLaren F1 , and an Infinity G35 into a giant blender, put it on full blast, and watched as this piece of work come out.


Now, it probably isn’t as bad as it looks, especially at first glance. But once you take a minute and start examining the car, you’ll notice that a lot of what makes the car look the way it does is the elements found in the aforementioned supercars. The front end looks like a dysfunctional marriage between an Enzo and a Reventon, the interior seating lay-out looks to have been ripped out of a McLaren F1 – except that this one looks far more cramped – and don’t even get us started on why those taillights look suspiciously like the ones found on the G35. It’s because they are!

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As for the powertrain, there appears to be the belief that the car is powered by a 6.2-liter V12 engine from the Lamborghini Murcielago , giving it an output of around 580 horsepower. At least there’s something redeemable about it, right?


And get this: we actually dug up a piece of trivia about this car. Apparently, one of these cars was used on the remake of Knight Rider a few years ago where it was blown up. Yeah, blown up.


In the unlikely event that you happen to find this car appealing, you can still avail of one for the price of $230,000, which if you ask us, would be better spent on a Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. By: TopSpeed