Denmark - You may have even seen it as a brilliant part of the exhibition at the Auto Show in Odense Congress Center. But here at Boosted Magazine we have known Rasmus' Rocket Bunny project since April 2017 when he initially sent us an email.
Then the car still had its original grey paintwork and had just fitted its current bodykit. Rocket Bunny parts are not just simple car accessories from the Japanese manufacturer, which can be ordered home with a phone call. It took six months to reach Denmark. Of this, 60 of the days were spent on just production alone.
When the kit was finally arrived, Rasmus was not. So the assembly had to be postponed one week. On the other hand, the fit was so precise that the workshop did not even need to sand any bits down for installation. All in Ramus paid 36,000 Danish kroner for the car to grow 20cm in width to 1.90 metres.