At Highsnobiety we're used to seeing bad ass vehicles on a daily basis, but none quite as balls-out nefarious as this beast.

Aptly named the DeathKart, the above is what happens when you transmogrify a ’91 Nissan 240SX into a killing machine. The project was carried out by drift enthusiast Mike Perez and a workshop called Speed House. The parts arre derived from Mike's souped up drift vehicle, which was put out of commission after a nasty smash.

So just what makes this buggy so special? A turbocharged 2.5L 1J engine for starters, and then upgrades including a Precision 6262 turbocharger, improved fuel injectors and pump, and an AEM infinity ECU. If observers can't tell you mean business from the Mad Max-style burnt-out chassis, then perhaps they will upon noticing the big fuck-off Gatling gun in the passenger seat.

Don't expect to see the DeathKart on the streets (for obvious reasons) anytime soon. In the meantime, here's Porsche's new carbon fibre 911.

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