What do you call a Renault Twingo that shuns its customary engine for a 3.5L V8 borrowed from the Range Rover? We don’t know, but French custom car and motorcycle builder Lazareth has the answer — it’s a Renault Twingo Trophy. Inspired by the track version of the Renault Megane Trophy and the Clio V6 Renault Sport, the car outputs nothing less than 180 horses in its bosom. But with that amount of power and such a small ride, everything had to be accommodated by widening both the front and rear tracks, which makes it look a bit chunky. Too bad, the rare Renault Twingo Trophy will set you back $100,000.