What You Get When You Mix Ghostbusters And Lada 2104
The Lada 2104, also known as the Riva and the Nova, was a car manufactured by the business in its 2104 guise from 1984 to 2012, and was an automobile produced by the company in its 2104 incarnation from 1984 to 2012.
Meanwhile, the Ghostbusters‘ Ecto-1 was the vehicle they used to traverse all over New York, busting ghosts and other phenomena.
In reality, the Ecto-1 was based on a 1959 Cadillac professional chassis.
The white all-over and red stripes at the back, as well as the enormous Ghostbusters emblem on the side, are a rendition of the classic livery that 2104 wore.
Throughout this Lada, there are several details from the Ecto-1.
Muon scrubbers, a radio GPS finder, high-intensity microfoams, and EMF scrubbers are among the many items on the roof rack.
All of this takes place atop the Lada, which has a ladder on the side that allows a Ghostbuster to reach the equipment.
The major Ghostbuster parallels cease there, with the rest of the elements serving to bulk up the car’s look while attempting to be as Ghostbuster-like as possible with a Lada 2104.
It’s safe to say that this Lada has morphed into somewhat of a widebody monster.
The car now sports some very dramatic wheel fender flares, as well as a massive bulge on the bonnet, probably concealing the fact that the Lada is powered by a new powerplant.
The wheels are obviously not normal, and while contemporary, they seek to imitate the whitewall appearance of the Ghostbusters’ 1959 Cadillac.
The tires are Goodyear Eagles, and the larger rear fenders with red striping are meant to imitate the Cadillac’s red fins.