Modded Chevy Interior Goes To War With Common Sense

After seeing so many wacky exterior mods, it’s about time we switch it up and show you one of the silliest car interiors ever. All we know is that it belongs to a Chevy and that it’s geared up for war.

Seriously now, we don’t even know where to begin with this one. For starters, why have two separate buttons for firing your imaginary missiles? Is your imaginary war truck equipped with multiple types of imaginary missiles?

If so, we assume the big red button would release the main payload, whereas the smaller button to the left of the steering wheel unleashes your typical surface-to-air missiles, or whatever. Of course, that’s not all, because just under that specific button is another identical one that’s supposed to “fire lasers.”

As for what’s blocking out the gauge cluster, it looks like some type of missile guidance screen, which is there probably so that you know how to turn the steering wheel when you’re ready to fire. However, if the car’s offensive capabilities fail, you can always eject – not that you wouldn’t hit the eject button anyway while pressing the main ‘fire missiles’ button.

Other mods include a cheap patch job for the steering wheel, a whole bunch of other buttons and switches and at least one belt buckle. Also, let’s not forget about those tiny improvised paddle shifters, which are probably used to shift between this reality, and the one where this car is actually humanity’s last hope against space invaders.

The image was sourced from Reddit and as you can imagine, people weren’t exactly praising what they were seeing.

  • Mr. EP9

    Modded? That’s a funny way of spelling ruined.

  • pcurve

    Not too far off from 90s Bonneville interior…

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