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Local Motors has turned to the online community of tech enthusiasts to shape the design of its Rally Fighter SUV. Even though Ford and Toyota may spend hours conducting market research reports, Local Motors decided to make the entire project crowdsourced. The small Arizona-based automotive manufacturer prides itself on the quality of its vehicles, with the Rally Fighter being limited to 2,000 editions. 

Local Motors' Rally Fighter comes with an engine from a Chevrolet Corvette, its taillights are from a Honda Civic and the high-suspension feels like it could perform at the Dakar rally. The Rally Fighter resembles the classic P-51 Mustang and owners can customise the colour schemes and the interior of the vehicle to their personal preferences. The car looks and feels like a British roadster, the seats are from Recaro and in a traditional fashion, they are both supportive and comfortable, hugging the body securely!

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