This is Youabian Puma - a huge 'pleasure vehicle' larger than Bentley Mulsanne

from Los Angeles, California has revealed a very strange looking vehicle called Youabian Puma.

According to this new startup automaker, the Youabian Puma was created with one goal in mind: to standout and be unique.

As you can see they have succeeded as this vehicle is clearly different than anything else we have seen at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show.

That thing is just huge! This four seat convertible with a fully automated hardtop is 6146mm long, 2362mm wide, 1828mm tall with a wheelbase of 4153mm.

This makes it larger than a Bentley Mulsanne.

Riding on 20-inch chrome wheels fitted with 44-inch tyres it is probably one of the ugliest cars on display in Los Angeles.

The headlights look to be from a Volvo, while the tail lamps are from a Buick Enclave.

According to the LA-based manufacturer, the Youabian Puma is not a roadster, convertible or SUV – it is a “pleasure vehicle.”

Power comes from a GM sourced 505bhp 7.0-litre V8 linked to a six-speed automatic transmission, taking the Puma from 0-60mph in 5.9 seconds.

Want one? The creators $1.1 million ($684k) for it… yes we are serious and quite sure the company has already received couple of orders from a random country rich in oil and natural gas…


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