This has to be the most random car render ever.
We've seen some pretty outlandish car render designs lately, from artists envisioning BMW pickup trucks and BMW hypercars, to mock-ups of the mighty Mercedes-AMG Project One. This latest render from Evren Milano, the same Italian artist who brought us the magnificent Mercedes-AMG Project One render, is one of the most random yet. There's no other way to put this – Milano has taken the face of the Bugatti Chiron hypercar and slapped it onto the body of a dinky Smart Fortwo city car. Don't ask us why.
We thought the souped-up Brabus Smart Fortwo was bonkers, but this is just disturbing. Presumably, the concept of this, shall we say, unconventional design was to mesh one of the fastest production cars in world with one of the slowest, but we're probably trying too hard to extract some logic here. We're not quite sure what to make of this mad mash-up in all honesty. It feels like we've entered an alternative dimension where Bugatti produces compact city cars with looks that would make children cry. In case you needed reminding, the Bugatti Chiron is powered by a quad-turbo engine producing 1,479-horsepower, making it capable of reaching a top speed of at least 261 mph.
By comparison, the specs for the Smart Fortwo aren't worth repeating. What has been seen can't be unseen here - don't blame us if you end up having nightmares over this disturbing Bugatti Chiron Smart car mash-up.