Shield your eyes before it's too late.
When the internal combustion engine has been replaced and cars no longer have four wheels, enthusiasts will look back on the Ferrari F40 as one of the greatest supercars of all time. Not only did the supercar come with a monstrous 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8, but it also looked the part with its massive rear wing and Kevlar body. We've seen some interesting design choices with F40s in the past, but this one takes the cake. Someone had the bright idea to turn the incredible two-door supercar into a stretch limo.
Thankfully, this isn't a real F40. It's a Toyota MR2 that has been heavily modified to look like a F40. During the stretching process, the builder decided to leave the MR2's engine alone, which means his Ferrari lookalike still has a 1.6-liter engine in the rear. The inside of the limo has four leather bucket seats, air conditioning, a CD changer and windows. So it's not the nicest limo we've ever seen, but hey, at least it looks like a F40. Apparently, Ferrari weren't too happy with this creation as the vehicle was once the subject of a lawsuit from the Italian automaker. We've seen some ugly cars, but this F40 limo may be one of the worst.