Watch: Lamborghini constructed from spare parts
A design studio in Kyrgyzstan has developed a prototype for a Lamborghini made from scrap metal.
Not sure what to do with your old Volvo? New Format, a design studio in the Kyrgyz Republic, has an interesting solution.
With a 1982 Volvo as the base, wheels from a BMW X5, spare parts and scrap metal from the junkyard, plenty of imagination, and three months of perseverance, the agency has succeeded in creating a rather convincing knock-off of the Lamborghini Gallardo, a car usually priced at €300,000.
Meder Koilubaev, artistic director at New Format, has expressed his ambition to launch a new concept of custom one-of-a-kind cars made from spare parts in true Kyrgyz style.