The Fast and Furious enthusiast is also building a host of other replicas.
This Countach replica also has a Subaru transmission and R32 Skyline suspension components.
Superformance’s all-electric Cobra looks to be rear-wheel drive.
This Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo replica has a mid-engined layout.
The plug-in hybrid Corvette has arrived, but it’s not from GM.
Love the Cybertruck and have some spare time? This project might be for you.
The not-very-enticing Enzo wannabe has even been featured on Jay Leno’s Garage.
The Ferrari Daytona replica is powered by a small block Chevrolet engine.
This Tesla Cybertruck even features an interior that’s almost identical to the real thing.
While it’s not a real Ferrari, the sell wants $110,000 for it.
This is one of the 11 Ford Mustang Eleanor models built for the film.
The Landwind X7, which ripped off the Range Rover Evoque, is the most famous example.
This Lamborghini Aventador replica is powered by a 150 cc motorcycle engine.
The replicas include a Batmobile, an Ecto-1 and a DeLorean time machine.
This might look like a Land Rover Defender, but is actually a replica.
Ferrari looks meet Toyota’s reliability in this rather convincing replica.
This replica sure looks like a decepticon.
Don’t let the V10 badges fool you, this Pontiac Solstice has a four-cylinder.
Anyone can make a life-like Tesla Cybertruck replica with some sheets of metal.
This Pontiac Fiero has GT2 RS stickers and headlights from a 996.