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A mechanic in Russia has fitted flame throwers into his Lada's headlights. You can see them in action here:
Vahan Mikaelyan is well-known in his home country for going all out with his car makeovers and his latest motor is no exception.
Mikaelyan customised his VAZ-2106 Zhiguli, also known as a Lada 1600, so it now boasts flame-throwing abilities. Practical? Not at all. Cool? Very.
Mikaelyan has dubbed the vehicle 'dragon' and reckons it's the first car in the world that can spit out fire - which is probably a safe assumption.
In a clip powerful jets of fire can be seen shooting out of two of the Lada's four headlights and hitting the wall at the far end.
Mikaelyan hasn't shown how he managed to create the unusual feature, which might be for the best or we'd all be giving it a go, eh?
He has also revealed he will be using the car to burn another vehicle following a race later this month.
He explained: "Friends, you have see the powerful fire my Dragon spits. Therefore, on 15th August, we will burn the losing car with the Dragon.
"Make your cars better! There is going to be a hot car battle."
Social media users have been seriously impressed by the car, which has been compared to Drogon the dragon from Game of Thrones.
A clip of the car was shared on Reddit where motorists have approved of the modifications, with some keen to get their hands on one.
One person commented: "This is so useful. They should put this in every car."
Another wrote: "Shut up and take my money!"
While a third added: "The only downside I see is you would have to be stationary or driving pretty slow to use it without lighting your own car on fire.
"Now if you mounted it to the back it would be great for tailgating a**holes with LED headlights and you probably wouldn't catch yourself on fire either."
However others said it was 'useless in the real world' - I don't care, I still want one.
This isn't the first time Mikaelyan has shown off one of his unusual creations.
He's previously added massive spider legs to a car, and fitted a monster truck with wagon wheels.
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