Jennings Motor Group Renders 10 Everyday Family Cars As Supercars
Injecting your routine with extra excitementby Jonathan Lopez, on
From wide body kits to free flowing exhaust kits, carbon fiber interior vinyl wraps to oversized rear wings, there’s no shortage of aftermarket options when it comes to making the family errand-runner as close as possible to looking like a full-fledged supercar. But what if we could snap our fingers and turn that commonplace commuter into a seven-figure eater of worlds capable of hanging with the best from Ferrari, Porsche, and Koenigsegg? That’s exactly what Jennings Motor Group did with these 10 everyday family cars, now rendered to supercar stardom.
Included in the list are favorites from the likes of Mini, Renault, Fiat, Honda, Volkswagen, Toyota, Smart, Kia, Tesla, and Lada, each of which was blessed with the traditional supercar stance and more sharp ends than a needle factory. Some make a little more sense than the others, but regardless, we think the renderings look badass, and wouldn’t mind if the respective automakers took the hint that more supercars are indeed always welcome. Of course, we want to know – do these renderings for it for you as well? Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments, but before you post, check out all 10 renderings after the jump.
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Good-bye cuteness, hello performance. The Mini Supercar might look like a guppy on steroids, but what it trades in bubbly good looks, it makes up for in speed. The fascia is reminiscent of the contemporary Mini, but the stance is pure exotic.
Read the full review on the Mini Cooper.
Renault offers a variety of everyday commuters on its roster, including standouts like the Clio. However when it’s speed that matters, Alpine is the company that provides it. This sharp-looking Renault looks like it got the Alpine treatment as well, as evidenced by the updated front fascia.
Read our full review on the Renault Clio.
Small and nippy goes wide and mean. The Fiat 500 is a quintessential urban runabout, but it was always just a little under the mark when it came to peak output. This supercar’d version looks like it doesn’t have that problem. We’re thinking there might be a Ferrari V-8 in back.
Read the full review on the Fiat 500..
Okay, so we all know there’s already a Honda supercar called the NSX, and thus, the inspiration for this rendering is a little more than obvious. But that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t mind seeing more exotic performance coming from the H badge…
Read the full review on the Honda Civic.
Talk about an enviable parts bin to pull from. After making the traditional Jetta body a little flatter and a little wider, VW will have a huge number of performance options to choose from. Porsche, Bugatti, Lamborghini… whatever your engine flavor of choice, odds are VW will have one on the shelf.
Read the full review on the Volkswagen Jetta.
Sharp styling, faultless handling, and a nippy attitude – all good things, but what the Toyota GT86 really needs is more power. This thing looks like it’s got just that. We’re thinking a tuned version of the upcoming Supra powerplant mounted just behind the cabin…
Read the full review on the Toyota GT86.
We like it when we come across a rendering that reimagines a less-than-exciting grocery getter as a tire-killing performance machine. And that’s exactly why we like this rendering. We’re thinking all-electric motivation for some silent lap records.
Read the full review on the Smart Car.
Kia has been killing it lately. Between sexy offerings like the Stinger GT and Proceed Concept, the idea of a Kia supercar sounds enticing. Unlikely, but enticing nonetheless. This is what would happen if the automaker took the plunge.
Read the full review on the Kia Rio.
The Model S is already on par with other supercars when it comes to flat-out acceleration numbers, now it’s got the styling and handling to match. Carve out some of the weight, give it the proper silhouette, and watch the competition from your mirrors.
Read the full review on the Tesla Model S.
Lada Granta Sport
While certainly more popular across the pond, some of you stateside readers out there might recognize this Russian-built sedan-turned-speed-machine. Wanna pull your brand out of the shadows? This looks like a surefire way to do just that.
Read our full review on the Honda Civic.
Read our full review on the Volkswagen Jetta
Read our full review on the Kia Rio.
Read our full review on the Tesla Model S
Source: Jennings Motor Group