OK, so it's a little rough around the edges, but this baby Lambo was built from scrap metal in a bloke's shed for his grandson. And it'll go up to 26mph...
TopGear.com11 March 2014
Man builds mini Lambo for grandson
Chinese grandfather makes a 26mph mini Aventador from scrap metal
Guo, who's in his fifties, spent six months building it in his garage in Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China, and pieced the design together from photos he found online.
The motor's powered by five batteries, it can carry Guo and his grandson, it has forward and reverse gears, and there's even a cheeky little stereo system.
Now watch. Would you drive it?
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