What would semi-trailer trucks look like if made by supercar builders? This is the question FleetLoogging.com attempted to answer a few days ago. Based on models from 7 of the world's most popular supercars, the creative team at Fleet Logging came up with these different semi-trailers.
1 – The Aston Martin semi-trailer
It was also unlikely that this semi-trailer would reach 95 km / h in just 3.7 seconds.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
Luxury, exclusivity, comfort … these are the adjectives that can describe Aston Martin. The British manufacturer is used to releasing the most beautiful supercars in the world, including the famous DB11. Fleet Logging has designed this semi-trailer from this model. It includes the gaping grille of the DB11 but also its thin headlights. The angle of the hood is, however, considerably increased. It is also unlikely that this semi-trailer will hit 95 km / h in just 3.7 seconds, as it does with the Aston Martin DB11.
2 – The Ferrari semi-trailer
The "creeping cavallino" has never weighed so many pounds.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
The "creeping cavallino" has never weighed so many pounds. For this typical Ferrari truck, the Fleet Logging team relied on the Ferrari GT Portofino. We reassure you, this semi-trailer is not convertible like its GT model but has however been fitted with a glass awning. In terms of size, the Ferrari semi is a bit smaller than a conventional transporter.
3 – The Koenigsegg semi-trailer
“Agera” means “to act” in Swedish.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
Relatively new, Swedish hypercar brand Koenigsegg is a serious threat to historic manufacturers, however. For the semi Koenigsegg, the Fleet Logging team chose the Agera as their starting model. You can easily recognize the windshield of the Swedish brand as well as the single wiper rod in the middle of the windshield. And for the record, “Agera” means “to act” in Swedish.
4 – The Lamborghini semi-trailer
The result is quite impressive!Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
For this semi-trailer model, the Urus SUV is the basis for the manufacture of the Lamborghini truck. You can clearly see the gaping grille, the air intakes and the headlights, symptomatic of the SUV. The result is quite impressive! Let’s also not forget that Lamborghini began by making tractors before going into the construction of supercars. So why not semi-trailer trucks in the future?
5 – The McLaren semi-trailer
McLaren's iconic orange paintwork.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
According to Fleet Flogging, the McLaren semi was one of the most difficult to imagine. And while McLaren is synonymous with racing, the creative team has chosen to take the 720s supercar as the base model for the truck. And the least that can be said is that all the elements are present including the multi-spoke wheels and the iconic McLaren orange paintwork.
6 – The Pagani semi-trailer
The Zonda Tricolore was originally a tribute to the Italian Air Force demonstration team.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
Based on the Zonda Tricolore, the semi Pagani is credited with a vertically oriented hood to make room for a taller and taller windshield. The four slender phases are still there, as are the bronze wheels and the V-shaped accent on the hood. For information, the Zonda Tricolore was originally a tribute to the Italian Air Force's demonstration team.
7 – The W Motors semi-trailer
It is considered the most expensive car to feature in the Fast and Furious franchise.Photo Credit – FleetLoogging.com
W Motors. The name might not ring a bell to you, but the UAE-based company is known to have two hypercars in its portfolio: the Lykan Hypersport and the Fenyr Supersport. The first appeared in the movie Fast and Furious 7 and is considered the most expensive car to appear in the Fast and Furious franchise. For the W Motors truck, there are no less than 22 wheels present as well as a high and racy windshield.
Do not hesitate to tell us your preferences among the 7 semi-trailer trucks offered by the Fleet Flogging site.