In case the zombie apocalypse happens, this Boxster is ready.
Ken Block's crew of Hoonigans have seen some crazy custom cars over the years, but even they were left stunned when they were presented with this bonkers creation. Built by Vali Motorsports, what you're looking at is an extensively modified Porsche Boxster that looks like it belongs in a Mad Max movie. It started life as a 2000 Porsche Boxster and was built for a customer to enter the 24 Hours of LeMons series.
As you can see, the Porsche Boxster is kitted out with a slew of upgrades to help it survive the apocalypse including a custom aluminum front bumper and an intimidating brass cattle-plow you would normally expect to see fitted to trains.
They aren't just for show either, as the upgrades are functional. The front bumper has ducts underneath to direct air to the radiators, and there's also a working airspeed gauge mounted on the hood. Its party piece, however, is the working .50 caliber machine gun mounted to the passenger-side door and poking out the windshield to intimidate opponents, so the car wouldn't look out of place in a Death Race movie either.
Other exterior upgrades include fender-mounted fog lights and extensive use of aluminium. Despite the upgrades, this Mad Max-style Porsche Boxster only weighs around 2,700 pounds and still has a working retractable roof.
Inside, the doors have been gutted out to save extra weight and the trim made of license plates is an inspired touch. And if the inspiration wasn't already obvious, the bonkers Boxster has a custom "MAD MAX" license plate. Powering the Boxster is either a 911 GT3 3.6-liter or 2.7-liter flat-six engine that can be swapped depending on event regulations.
According to the tuning company's representative, the car makes "close to 300 horsepower" at the wheels. It was designed for track driving rather than drifting, but that didn't stop the Vali Motorsports' representative from performing some smokey donuts for the Hoonigan crew.