Italian tuner FB-ONE has released an atrocious aftermarket program for the defunct Chrysler Crossfire.

Italian tuner FB-ONE has released an atrocious aftermarket program for the defunct Chrysler Crossfire.

The Crossfire was a fairly decent-looking car but FB-ONE decided to restyle the rear-wheel drive coupe and installed a peculiar body kit made from carbon fiber. Not only it has an odd shape, but the car has also received a pair of headlights from an Audi A8 as well as a set of gold alloy wheels which are all unfit for the two-seater that had a rather short lifespan.

The only good thing to report is the 3.2-cylinder AMG engine hiding underneath the hood and packing 400 PS (294 kW). As a reminder, Chrysler offered an SRT-6 version of the Crossfire which had a 320 PS V6 3.2-liter engine so chances are it's the same motor.

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Modified Chrysler Crossfire has Audi A8 headlights, AMG engine and carbon fiber body [video]