Essentially, a Lancia Delta Integrale (a road-going successor to the infamous Lancia Delta S4 group B rally car) modified by former driver Eugenio Amos’s Automobili Amos with hand-hammered aluminium and carbon fibre body panels, a new engine, new chassis and drivetrain modifications.
Behold: the 1972 AMC Javelin AMX Defiant created by Wisconsin car builders Ring Brothers. A classic AMC AMX muscle car bestowed with the 6.2l, 1000bhp Dodge engine and snarling vulpine demeanour it never had.
No, not a spoof viral for an upcoming zombie apocalypse flick but the gleeful and terrifying promo for armament developer G2 Research’s new and highly controversial Radically Invasive Projectile, the G2 RIP, released early this year – a bullet featuring tiny knife-like ‘trocars’ that penetrate and shred flesh.
Initially marketed at women in the home as a ‘one-shot man-stopper’, it’s designed to take out ‘all vital organs’, creating a massive exit wound in the process.