The Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang have been a part of the never ending muscle car war since the very beginning, which explains their extremely loyal fan base. What if, though, a designer was able to capture design highlights of both vehicles and roll them into one car? Hungarian designer, Tamas Jakus - the same guy that brought us the awkwardly shaped Triango Revelation - has attempted just that with his new Jakusa Bossco.

The Jakusa Bossco is a concept car that shares its measurements with the Chevrolet Camaro, but is inspired by muscle cars such as the Ford Mustang Boss 302. The front of the vehicle was designed featuring full chrome elements, while the strange looking headlamps come with LED lights. The car will sit on an impressive set of 21-inch wheels. While this is just a computer generated concept, Jakusa has envisioned a V6 engine under the hood which would deliver up to 600 HP.

Combining the two most sought after muscle cars into one; design suicide or peace treaty in disguise? You decide.

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Source: Diseno Art

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13 comments:

  (577) posted on 08.19.2011

yeah, I have to say that I’m impressed with the speed performance of this car though the styling is not that awesome. I wonder if this car can make into production?

  (429) posted on 08.19.2011

I really hate the oddity of this vehicle. The styling is not that impressive but the boost in the figure performance of the car.

  (442) posted on 08.3.2011

haha. It seems that we already find the next batmobile! The car has a freakish styling. However, I have to praised the remarkable speed performance of the car. Well, at least there’s something to admire on this production and its fair enough.

  (600) posted on 08.3.2011

I was thinking if the odd design of the car has something to do unbelievably speed performance of the car? I mean just like Mclaren,it doesn’t have a sporty look for its platform and styling was based on science to make it more a speedy vehicle.

  (276) posted on 07.22.2011

The collaboration of Camaro and Mustang look so hideous! I think it would be better if they will be a rival instead. The design of this muscle car seems to be bloat loaded . However, its just impressive on how they boost the performance of the car.

  (530) posted on 07.22.2011

I really don’t think that the have a good styling. In fact, the exterior seems to be bloat loaded. However, the speed performance of the car is quite impressive for a V6 engine.

  (314) posted on 07.19.2011

For me, I like the mere fact that the combination of Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. Jakusa Bossco is one really good designer of cars. I like the blend of its exterior.

  (320) posted on 07.8.2011

OK, this one actually looks like a pretty impressive design, but I don;t like the fact that they are trying to present this as something of a cross between a Mustang and a Camaro.

  (831) posted on 07.7.2011

Yup, this one is definitely much better than the Triango that he made, that one is really on the weird side. But this one is certainly looking to be promising, hope they catch up on this.

  (630) posted on 07.7.2011

Wow! Combining the two of the most amazing cars in the world? Of course this is the result! The uniqueness of the design is definitely an asset for this one plus a monstrous performance.

  (397) posted on 07.6.2011

Combining the Mustang and the Camaro into one car, well n0w, that one would definitely be quite a great project. I wonder if they would actually take this baby into the roads.

  (570) posted on 07.6.2011

Is it just me or this car looks like a batmobile?hmm. I wonder why Tamas Jakus makes a weird design.. Sorry, but I can’t appreciate the beauty on this vehicle. However, I agree that the power output is amazing though it uses a v6 technology for the engine.

  (429) posted on 07.6.2011

In fairness, the design of this car look better compared with the Triango Revelation that was revealed last month. However, this concept still looks weird though the speed performance is kind of impressive! BTW, I think they need to work on the front hood of this car.

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