And the example that brought us here involves a Dodge Viper. We're talking about a fight-generation model, the last one, which has been given a practicality boost - there were actually only three main generations of the Viper, but the mid-cycle revamps of the first two are also counted.
Truth be told, the pixel play we have here does look like the kind of machine you'd expect to see in the real world, obviously after an eccentric aficionado would commission such a creation.
Rain Prisk is the digital art label behind the transformed snake and we have to admit we adore the newfound curves of the V10 monster. However, the artist came with a more amusing description for this work, albeit a brief one: Dodge Viper clownshoe.
Note that the supercar has also been gifted with custom wheels, which come wrapped in Toyo rubber with visible branding.
And while the Viper keeps its 8.4-liter V10 up front, the added body bits wouldn't necessarily turn the thing into a 2+2, since the position of the rear axle doesn't seem to allow this.
Nevertheless, the kind of transformation we have here would seriously up the ante on the practicality form. So perhaps the Dodge Viper shooting brake could become the world's most popular go-fast delivery vehicle. After all, having a shop and using such a beast to haul stuff might just do advertising wonders, while it would also keep the employees motivated.
Oh, and your dog would probably love this kind of conversion.