Vehicle changes can be weird at times and the case is a Renault Clio converted into a tank-like car. The car’s wheels have been replaced with similar tracks. The second-generation car, which comes with a small engine, has four cylinders and high tuning affects the engine as white smoke escapes from the vehicle’s exhaust.
In a video posted by MasterMilo on Youtube, a Renault Clio Modest can be seen with three-wheeled tank tracks on each side. It also has a tower-like structure above the roof, which forms a car-like appearance. It can be seen in the video that the car is changing in the backyard and then taken for testing. The Hatchback clutch tries as hard as possible to send power to the tracks, but then dies sometime. In this, white smoke can be seen coming out of the modified vehicle.
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See the tank car doing around here:
Followers of the YouTube channel praised the change in the comments and suggested new ideas for future projects. A follower recommended adding a potato gun to the top of the car to make it look like a tank. Some suggested the condition of the clutch after he died. One also shared the idea of adding an automatic gearbox to find out if a car like this would work better with him.
The Renault Clio is available in Europe and South America and is a competitor to the Ford Fiesta. The Hatchback was launched in 1990 and was the successor to Renault 5, as well as the available market-based Symbol, Taxi Express and Lutecia.