Sure it might sound and look ridiculous but it could be the future of driving. This car was actually equipped back in 1999 but there are an array of vehicles, mostly model planes and boats, equipped with miniature jet engines. Read the description of the install of the two engines in this car. I'd love to see them started. Anyone think it's odd with all these pictures there isn't one with the flame coming out? Sheesh. Funniest quote on the install page? "I prop the trunk lid open (rather than buy a new lid & cut holes in it) mostly because of the no-modification clause of the lease." Um…may I suggest that installing two jet engines in the trunk would be a modification in any definition of the term. I don't think the dealer would really care since this car seems to be one of the failed EV1s GM produced a few years back.
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