Remember the ludicrously amazing Ford Raptor Bus we talked about very last 7 days? As it turns out, the Econoline-dependent 6×6 behemoth is not the only rad develop by that Sankt Petersburg store specialised in all factors Blue Oval. We dug deeper into Ford Market’s Instagram account and stumbled on this fantastic contraption – a Aim speedster.

It is a speedster in the truest perception of the term, having ditched the roof and windshield. As a matter of point, it does not even have doors. The rear seats were eradicated as very well, with the reworked rear conclude now incorporating two humps reminding us of considerably more pricey speedsters, the McLaren Elva and Ferrari Monza SP2.

Overall, it’s an spectacular develop and a little something you’d anticipate to see at SEMA, but then you’d bear in mind Ford isn’t offering the Aim Mk4 in the United States… As remarkably good the exterior is, the interior structure boggles my mind. It seems to be borrowed from an Mk3 and then modified in many regions. For case in point, the central air vents are missing and the key display together with some of the switchgear have been adjusted.

The Ford Aim speedster was at first released more than a year back at the St. Petersburg Global Motor Present, but it’s only now we’ve uncovered this roofless gem encouraged by the Aim ST-Line. The recent-gen compact design does not have a convertible variation, nor did its predecessor, but the Mk2 was presented with a folding steel top.

Ford Focus Coupe Cabriolet

Ford Aim Coupe Cabriolet

Limited Edition Ford Streetka (UK)

Ford StreetKa

In some techniques, this quirky Aim makes us feel of another Ford identical in spirit. We’re talking about the StreetKa, a pint-sized convertible designed by Pininfarina with a manually folding fabric roof or a detachable hardtop. With consumer tastes continuing to change towards SUVs, the glory days of the convertible are unlikely to return anytime soon, so a new droptop Ford seems very unlikely. That remaining claimed, you can always depend on the aftermarket scene to develop you a little something the OEM won’t.