All it takes are some simple engine and chassis upgrades.
No wing, just raw power.
Ringbrothers made this from two '48 Cadillac Coupés and two new ATS-Vs, with a Dodge Viper windshield acting as the rear window.
For roughly $25,000, California's Sharkwerks gives the GT4 the response and speed of a proper RS-spec Porsche.
It was $100,000 to build the first of these 424 wheel horsepower screamers, but should be $30,000 less the next time around.
This 2007 Ford Mustang was the greatest product out of the Saleen catalog back in the day. Today, it's still amazing.
A 2200-lb. Integra GSR with a high-compression naturally-aspirated engine and a lightweight flywheel just begs to be revved.
Lapo's Garage Italia customized a BMW i3 and i8 for the Paris Motor Show. There was champagne, naturally.
If you want to go really, really, really fast, then probably, yes.
Smoking extra wide Pirelli P Zeros, two at the time.
Canepa Motorsport's 'Generation-III' upgrades for the Porsche 959 include 763 horsepower and 635 lb-ft of torque.
This VR6 swapped, twin-turbo Golf is a supercar-beating wolf in sheep's clothing.