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8 January 2019

Honda Accord gets jazzed up into an Aventador

By Mitchell TulkMitchell Tulk
Better than the real deal. (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz)

Everyone dreams of owning a supercar, but few can afford that luxury.

Enter Indian company Executive Modcar Trendz (EMT), which specialises in taking everyday sedans and transforming them into something from the first Fast and Furious movie or a budget supercar.

The company offers three different sports car replicas, including a Ferrari F430, 458 Italia and Lamborghini Aventador.

  • Of course the Honda Accord is the ideal donor car. (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz) Of course the Honda Accord is the ideal donor car. (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz)
  • Indian Pimp My Ride anyone? (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz) Indian Pimp My Ride anyone? (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz)

However, instead of using two-door coupes like a Toyota MR2, EMT convert Toyota Corollas, Honda Civics and Hyundai Elantras, but prefer to use the Honda Accord as the basis' due to its more 'powerful' engines.

Using a sedan does create an awkward looking supercar, especially in Aventador form with the rear proportions appearing out of whack.

  • Looks convincing enough from the front. (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz) Looks convincing enough from the front. (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz)
  • There's something just not right about the back... (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz) There's something just not right about the back... (image credit: Executive Modcar Trendz)

The roofline is much higher than an actual Lambo, while the steep engine cover makes it look like a hunch back, but at least it has scissor doors.

The Ferraris do look more convincing… if you have one eye closed and the car is in another postcode.

If this doesn’t tickle your fancy than maybe a Batmobile replica built around a Mercedes S350 will…

Would you own an Accord-based Lambo or Ferrari? Let us know in the comments.