This is something we’d gladly deny
The shame of Geneva
Motoring journalists and car nerds are in shock and rolling on the floor laughing at the same time. At least those who have visited the booth of Nimrod or have seen pictures of their tasteless creatures.
Creatures made of Ferraris and a Lamborghinis. Our colleagues attending the show felt dizzy for hours after inspecting the cars displayed, and Máté Petrány of Jalopnik did not even dare to go too close to the Zero, the Katyusha or the Avanti Rosso.
At the time they were not even aware of the fact that the man behind Nimrod Elite Tuning is a Kuwaiti businessman well-known in Hungary for decades, Mr Bader Al-Roudhan. But most importantly most of the work (abuse?) was carried out in Hungary. For example one of the poor 458s was transformed using plastic foam, sanding paper, putty and some composite material at a shop called KI Spoiler.
Our fellow countrymen involved in this project won’t make it into our Hall of Fame.