Vervolf: the mysterious Russian limo

UPDATE: Concept sketches added after jump, which actually don't look half bad.

A Mini, a Chrysler 300 and a Ferrari 612 once spent a crazy night partying in Moscow, and nine months later, this was the result: a hideously ugly, yet strangely intriguing luxury limousine.

We don't know much about it, but here's what we do know. It's called the Vervolf, which we can only assume is Russian for Werewolf, which would strike us as a particularly fitting name for such a beastly abomination. It seems to be built by a private coachbuilder in St. Petersburg, and sells for ??60,000. What it's based on, what's under the hood, how it performs... these all remain question marks. We could find out, but we wouldn't want an intimate encounter with Polonium 210, an obvious component to this mutant car's creation. (Just kidding, Vlad.) But seriously, we wouldn't be surprised to find out it were driven by surplus Soviet-era nuclear power.

More pics of the mystery-mobile after the jump.

[Source: via Motorpasion]

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