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Published September 14, 2017

Jennings Motor Group, a car dealership conglomerate from the UK, has tasked itself with a rather interesting endeavor. They focused their rendering efforts to create unique supercar designs for manufacturers that do not, in fact, have supercars at all.

Volkswagen supercar

And we like it.

In a series of pictures embedded here, Jennings Motor Group presents supercars from manufacturers such as Kia, Mini, Volkswagen, Fiat, Toyota, Honda, Tesla and even Lada. Obviously, all of the supercars reflect the familiar face of their respective manufacturers.

To be fair, Honda does technically have a supercar in the form of the Acura NSX, and JMG’s Honda design isn’t terribly revolutionary. Still, it’s not a bad-looking take on the beloved NSX.

The recipe seems pretty simple: take an existing car from the manufacturer, stretch it, slam it, slap some big-ass rims on it and call it a day. It’s not exactly the traditional approach to designing a supercar, but it’s a pretty fun experiment to run at the very least.

What to base a supercar on?

It goes something like this:

Kia – based on the 2018 Kia Stinger.

Kia supercar

Mini – obviously based on the latest 2018 Mini Cooper.

Mini supercar

Renault – inspired by the new 2018 Alpina A110.

Renault supercar

Fiat – it looks like a buffed up 2018 Fiat 124 Spider.

Fiat Supercar

Volkswagen – 2018 Volkswagen Arteon in disguise.

Volkswagen supercar

Honda – much like the latest 2018 Acura NSX.

Honda supercar

Toyota – you would be blind not to see a whole lot of 2018 Toyota GT86 in there.

Toyota supercar

Smart – Fortwo or Fourfour stretched, widened, with some mad stance.

smart supercar

Tesla – basically just a heavily modded 2018 Tesla Model S.

Tesla supercar

Lada – based around the updated 2018 Lada Granta

Lada supercar

Sadly, we can’t realistically expect to see any of these in production – ever – but we can imagine a world with them. Maybe we’ll get lucky; maybe someone will design some kind of knockoff supercar racing game so we’ll actually be able to get behind the wheel someday. Until then, we’ll have to drool over what could’ve been and leave it at that.


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