This looks epic.
1016 Industries is no stranger to building extreme machines. This year alone, we've seen a 3D-printed body kit for a Ferrari, a widebody Lamborghini Urus, and a McLaren 720S dripping in carbon fiber - all from this one tuning company. But the people behind these crazy creations are far from done, and the latest project is once again a showcase of how awesome aftermarket parts can be when executed correctly. What you're looking at below is a Porsche 911 GT3 RS - that much is obvious. But what makes this one special is that this sports car has custom carbon fiber bodywork throughout.
Okay, it's not a fully carbon body, but the front and rear bumpers, hood, and various exterior trim elements including intakes, ducts, and wing mirrors are all constructed from the sixth element. 1016 Industries further enhanced the look of the car with a set of wheels that were designed specifically for this project. Inside, the 'GMG x 1016 Industries GT3 RS' sees the Lizard Green brake calipers of the exterior complemented by interior accents of the same color. The green theme continues with the vinyl wrap, which comes from 3M in a Grass Green shade. It all looks very wacky and racy, but there's more to this car than just its aesthetics.
A Gintani engine tune has boosted the car's output to "more than 580 horsepower", while straight-piped headers, a rear wing and front splitter from Dundon Motorsports, and a specially designed mid-pipe all contribute to the wow factor that this car has whether accelerating or simply parking. Other upgrades include a custom roll cage, a custom radar and scanner, and an underglow lighting system from LEDGlow, in, you guessed it, green. All of this culminates in "a really fantastic rally car", but we're not so sure that high-speed coast-to-coast runs are best done in a car that grabs as much attention as this one. Whatever you use it for, car enthusiast and collector Harrison Woodruff might let you have the opportunity to own the car - if you have $250,000 to blow.