We all know the feeling of being depressed when having to choose an American muscle car or Italian supercar. And at that time we could not choose one of the two choices above. But some people out there have built cars that combine the advantages of both. In another word, can be said combining American style and Italian power design vice versa.
The following is the most brilliant example of the process is the 2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe, a car built with a blend of Ford and Lamborghini. This car is once the star of the SEMA Show 2019, and became a one-of-a-kind car that at first glance looks like a 2007 Ford Mustang, but under its skin is also housed a brand-new Lamborghini Gallardo.
|2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LTPVV8)|
|Left sude view of 2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LTPVV8)|
The merging process of 2 cars from 2 different worlds spends a modification fee of US $700,000. The car builder created a custom bodywork for these car, which included a sign from the Porsche 911 Turbo, steel fenders and side skirts. Uniquely, the rear lights still take from the Lamborghini Gallardo.
|Interior view of 2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LTPVV8)|
The car uses a Gallardo's 5.0-liter V10 engine, and combined with 6-speed automatic transmission system of those Italian supercar. The engine power later sent to its all four wheels, and there are anti-lock brakes and front lift systems.
|Engine view of 2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LTPVV8)|
Then what is name of the car? Tractorri? Yes, the name was given to pay tribute for a simple start from Ferrucio Lamborghini to make and sale the tractors when he started and founded the company. The car result is then also given special deep crimson red combined with white color in the middle.
|Rear side view of 2009 Ford Lamborghini Tractorri Custom Coupe. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2LTPVV8)|
The preference for Lamborghini continued with the interior, which featured the Gallardo dashboard and center console (including all controls) that had been cut and the original seats. And another special options in the cabin include the Alcantara headliner, door panel, and illuminate sill plate.
Although almost 10 years old, this car has a keyless entry, and is equipped with a book that wrote about details of merging process of 2 cars into 1 as it is today. Since its debut, this car has traveled as far as 4,000 km. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES || GAS MONKEY GARAGE | TECHEBLOG]
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