For many owning a supercar is relatively impossible, given their high showroom price tags. However, this has not deterred one student in China.

Chinese Supercar Kid

Chen Yinx, who is a fan of high performance cars, decided to spend six months building his own supercar, with a budget of just £3,000.

Featuring Lamborghini-style doors and a plush interior, the 27-year-old was asked to display his design at a key event in Haikou, capital of China’s southernmost island province Hainan.

Chinese Supercar

Many of the visitors to the 2015 Hainan International Automotive Industry Exhibition were instantly impressed by the home-built sports car.

The end product certainly has a supercar look, but under the hood it is electric and has a top speed of just 37 mph – although with a bit more tinkering this could increase to 60 mph.

Another problem is that the car isn’t road legal, so Yinx is currently renting it out for photo shoots – no doubt so he can save money for his next car build.

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Images Courtesy of: Mail Online

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