BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan (NBC/RTV) - A design studio in Kyrgyzstan has developed a prototype for a Lamborghini made from scrap metal.
All vehicles are imported into Kyrgyzstan because there is no local car production in the land-locked Central Asian Republic.
However, designers at the "new format" studio have assembled the first so-called Kyrgz Lamborghini.
The studio's art director told Reuters the car took three months to assemble.
He said he found Lamborghini design drafts online and developed his own design using random car parts.
A 1982 Volvo's platform serves as the basis for the car, but it was also made from parts of other cars, plastic, carbon steel and acrylic glass.
The wheels came from a BMW X5.
A teacher from Austin was shot and killed while jogging in Benghazi, Libyan officials confirmed Thursday.
Winter is invading Texas with a vengeance as snow, sleet and ice are unleashed on much of northern and western sections of the state.
The expected winter weather has delayed initial construction work on MoPac until the rain and cold temperatures pass through.
Family and friends held a vigil Wednesday at the State Capitol in hopes that a Bastrop man can win a new trial.
A bitterly cold arctic air mass plunging through Central Texas is breaking temperature records, and will be followed by a dangerous, potentially damaging ice storm.
The HealthCare.gov website is working more smoothly for central Texans.