A DRIVER has come across what could be the world’s worst attempt at modifying a Range Rover and Rolls Royce.
Both cars were parked outside a house on a modest street featuring some interesting aftermarket styling upgrades.
The video is shot using a smartphone from the passenger seat of a car near Warwick.
It was uploaded to TikTok by @mr2_ruan and has been watched more than 750,000 times with some 30,000 likes.
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The camera car is making its way along a quiet suburban street but stops to take in the two modified motors.
A caption of the video reads: ‘What have I just seen?’
In front is a grey Range Rover that has been plastered with aftermarket bits and pieces.
The front is covered in chrome accents including on its grille, front bumper and front pillars – even the windscreen wipers haven’t escaped.
The camera then pans to the left to reveal a Rolls-Royce Ghost parked on a driveway.
It, too, has been plastered in modifications that match those on the Range Rover.
There’s plenty of chrome with yellow accents on the luxury car’s front bumper and door mirrors.
As the camera car moves past the Range Rover it reveals more yellow accents on the posh SUV’s tyres and doors.
Moving around the back there’s yet more yellow and chrome on the Rangie, plus a set of fake exhausts and, confusingly, Rolls-Royce badges.
People couldn’t believe what they were seeing and took to the comments to give their opinions.
One said: “Imagine what the living room looks like.”
Another said: “The best Amazon chrome money can buy.”
While a third joked: “Looks like it’s crashed into Halford’s shop window.”