You know we have a tag called “Weird Stuff”? Yea. We do. Under normal circumstances, custom cars will never fall under this category. It is almost impossible to brand a custom ride as “Weird Stuff” unless it was one that looks like a dick, or to be precise, one that was intentionally modeled after a man’s penis. Unfortunately, this is the day we stumbled upon one that fits squarely into this “Weird Stuff” tag and the custom ride in question is this not-so-tastefully-done third-generation Hyundai Elantra. I mean, as if modding an Elantra isn’t bad enough; to make it look like this is borderline blasphemy. Man, it sure takes a unique mindset to even dream up with this.
We don’t even know where to begin. I am not sure where he or she gets the inspiration for the paint job, but I am pretty sure that has something to do with Iron Man. Strange that the person did not throw in an arc reactor replica on the front grille. As for the rest of the car, it is pretty what-you-see-is-what-you-get. Every single mod visible to our eyes is in exaggerated proportion, from the dual (and obviously fake) air scoops to the unusually sculpted, bulging hood to the too-much-is-going-on bumper. Save for the daytime running light on the front bumper, we are not sure if the rest of the mods serve any practical functionality other than shock value.
Also, I can’t help but to notice that the alloys and the rubbers seem to be mismatched. Anywho, however hideous this maybe, one thing for sure that this person did right is this ride of his/her is sure a head turner, albeit for all the wrong reasons. Try not cringe when you look at the image. Oh. In case you are wondering, this ride was reportedly found in Central America, in Nicaragua.