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There are many types of car cultures around the world, but few of them are equal parts strange and passionate as the folks who celebrate Bos0zoku. Originating in Japan, the term literally means “out of control,” and one look will explain why. Though it originated in motorcycles, the trend has spread to cars as well. Bosozoku cars are typically Japanese compact cars and vans, so when you see this style on a classic car, it makes quite a statement.

Is this awesome or terrible?

Created by Khyzel Saleem, one of the concept artists that works for EA Games, he seemingly asked a question no one thought to ask. What would classic, iconic cars look like if Rocket Bunny, Liberty Walk, and Mad Max got together to redesign them? In short, freaking awesome.

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