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Behold: the Cadillac
Escalade, as modified by Swiss tuners FAB Design. An anonymous North
African buyer approached FAB with a simple brief: his Escalade must look
like no other. Which explains the re-sculpted headlight things,
anabolic chrome snout, gigantic fog lights, rear window louvres and quad

Under the doors, apropos of nothing, are massive cylinders.
They lower themselves when you unlock it, offering a handy step to heave yourself inside, where it’s just as unpleasant.

Said buyer
insisted that both snakes and crocodiles were peeled to trim the seats
and dash, although FAB would only supply fake croc skin. The Escalade
has, nevertheless, caused consternation with pressure group Pro
Wildlife, who complained too many snakes were skinned inhumanely.
Company owner Roland Rysanek responded by insisting FAB’s materials are
sourced responsibly, and all snakes have a pain-free death. Shame about
their afterlife.

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