If Star Wars characters were supercars, here’s what they’d look like


Some may look at this as a mash up of Transformers folklore in true Star Wars spirit but then again, it is never a sin to mash two worlds up. The nice folk at Carwow from Great Britain have just converted all our favorite Star Wars characters into super cars, design and all. In fact, these intergalactic travelers would fit right into their respective set of wheels. Starting the list is the Alfa Romeo Giulia Stormtrooper edition that is tall, white and has a grille that resembles the helmet of a Stormtrooper who has you in a death-stare of sorts. Our next favorite is the Darth Maul 2016 Hornda NSX (pun much?). The hybrid vehicle has been everyone’s tease and now it arrives with colors that highlight the reds and blacks that are symbolic of the character. The sinister malice resonating from this one is incredible! The Darth Vader BMW Z4 Death Star edition is mean-looking and has a cow-catcher that resembles the dark lord’s mouthpiece. The armored roof is no less a feat.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Stormtrooper Edition.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Stormtrooper Edition.

The other cars that fit the bill for some of the characters include the rugged Han Solo Millennium Hellcat, the lopsided Jar Jar Bink Nissan Juke, the eager-looking Wedge Antille’s Lamborghini A-wing, Boba Fett’s Mercedes G-Class, and the racy looking Mazda MX-5 themed around Luke Skywalker.

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Darth Maul’s Honda NSX.
Darth Maul’s Honda NSX.
Wedge Antilles’ Lamborghini A-wing.
Wedge Antilles’ Lamborghini A-wing.
Boba Fett’s Mercedes G-Class.
Boba Fett’s Mercedes G-Class.
Jar Jar Bink’s Nissan Juke.
Jar Jar Bink’s Nissan Juke.
Darth Vader’s BMW Z4.
Darth Vader’s BMW Z4.
Luke Skywalker’s Mazda MX-5.
Luke Skywalker’s Mazda MX-5.
Han Solo’s Millennium Hellcat.
Han Solo’s Millennium Hellcat.

[ Via : Carwow ]