Man fits his Skoda Rapid with scissor-style doors so it feels like he has a Lamborghini

Well, it won't go unnoticed, that's for sure.
  • This guy modified a Skoda Rapid with some new wheels, new spoilers and new paint
  • He also gave the car some Lamborghini-style scissor doors
  • In addition to that, he also gave the car more power

Published on Mar 21, 2024 at 5:00PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 21, 2024 at 8:12PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

This Skoda Rapid is owned by a rather ambitious man.

He’s given it a complete makeover, including some pretty snazzy Lamborghini-style scissor doors.

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Part of the reason why he fitted Lambo doors, according to the owner, is a lot of people told him it couldn’t be done.

It just wasn’t possible, they told him.

So in order to prove them wrong, he decided to make this particular modification a priority.

Fitting the doors wasn’t easy, chiefly because of the shape of the other body panels.

In addition to the Lambo doors, the owner also opted for 10-spoke alloy wheels made by BBS, a carbon fiber front splitter and a rear spoiler.

So, what was the total damage?

It’s unclear how much he had to spend to have the Lambo doors fitted, but the wheels and spoilers set him back around $1,000.

The owner also decided to give the car some extra oomph to match the exterior.

As standard, the car delivered 108 horsepower but after giving it a stage 2 tune from Code6 Tuners, a tuning firm based out of Mumbai, it now puts out over 140 horsepower.

This Skoda Rapid is certainly wild, but probably not the wildest car we’ve seen recently.

We’ve seen some impressive ones, as well as some crazy ones that made us scratch our heads a bit.

The Ford Bronco that’s been transformed into a 6×6 beast certainly springs to mind, as does the outrageous Bentley Continental ‘tank’ that uses literal tank tracks instead of normal wheels.

Still, nothing beats the guy who created an entire collection of cars made of wood.

Including the Cybertruck, by the way.

Made entirely out of wood, the Cybertruck was fully functional and cost a fraction to build.

Even Elon Musk himself was impressed.

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