Star Wars-style vehicles
This mid-December, US theaters premiere the new Star Wars’ episode – “The Force Awakens.” Ninety days before the film’s release, Carwow website published a series of illustrations, on which famous automobiles are pictured in the stylistics of the legendary cinematic saga.
Lamborghini Countach supercar was redrawn in the style of the RZ-1 A-wing interceptor aircraft. The model’s “terrestrial” version – LP400 – is fitted with a 4-liter V12 engine with a 375 horse power output.
All the illustrations in this gallery were taken from carwow.co.uk.
The Nurburgring’s fastest serial sedan – Alfa Romeo Giulia – now resembles an imperial stormtrooper. The four-wheel drive four-door vehicle is fitted with a 2.9-liter 6-cylinder engine with an output of 510 horse powers. The Giulia Quadrofoglio Verde goes from head start to 100 kph in just 3.9 seconds.
For Han Solo, artists have adapted the most powerful sedan in the world – Dodge Charger Hellcat. Themodel is equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine with an output of 717 horse power and 881 Nm of torque. Charger Hellcat covers a quarter of mile in just 11 seconds after start.
Luke Skywalker, as illustrators suggest, should drive a last-gen Mazda MX-5 roadster. The model is offered with two petrol engines – 1.5 and 2.0 with outputs of 131 HP and 157 HP respectively.
Darth Vader, as fantasized by artists, moves around the Death Star on a BMW Z4 roadster. The two-door vehicle is often available with engines that output from 184 up to 340 horse powers.
Honda NSX is the car that belongs to the dark Sith Lord Darth Maul. The supercar is fitted with a hybrid power plant that includes a 3.5-liter twin-turbo 6-cylinder engine and three electric engines. The total output of the aggregates makes up for 573 horse powers.
The design of this Mercedes-Benz G 65 AMG off-roader is inspired by outfit of the legendary headhunter Boba Fett. The model is fitted with a 6-liter engine with a capacity of 630 horse powers.
Nissan Juke, by the will of artists, has become the vehicle of Nabu’s native Jar Jar Binks. If you wonder, where is Master Yoda’s car, here’s a hint. Authors of these illustrations think that the short big-eared Jedi would look perfect driving a green Skoda Citigo compact car without any upgrades.