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Another WTF Moment Brought To You By Dartz

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On: Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 9:20AM | By: Chris Weiss

Another WTF Moment Brought To You By Dartz

Russian auto company Dartz seems to be in business for no other reason than to make a scene. Sometimes it's kind of good, like when they launch a futuristic, 2000-hp armored car, and sometimes it’s bad, like when the company suffers big fallout over the use of unnecessary materials like whale penis leather. Either way, Dartz just keeps making us scratch our heads in bewilderment.

In teasing its next debut, Dartz has us scratching our heads once again.

Dartz got an early jump on teasing its Mojo and Jo Mojo two-seaters. The cars will debut at the Top Marques Monaco event next April.

Dartz hasn't offered much hard info on the two cars, but has given us a look at them. And that's where the WTF comes in. Almost futuristic with their sliding, tinted glass roofs and huge wheels, the cars look to be redesigned versions of classic roadsters from the 30s and 40s—at least that's what the grille and front end are reminscent of. Whatever Dartz was going for when it dreamed up the Mojo, we're pretty sure it didn't accomplish it—these things just look weird, unfinished, and uncomfortable.

The difference between the Mojo and Jo Mojo is that the former will feature an unspecified gas powertrain while the latter will be all-electric. The Jo Mojo will even have some solar panels, similar to the Fisker Karma. Both roadsters are aimed at performance, according to reports, so expect a decent amount of power tucked into that oddball rear end.

We'll find out more about these unique roadsters when Dartz is good and ready. Until then, check out the pictures and decide whether unique is a good or bad thing in this case.

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dwalter | 2:43PM (Tue, Oct 4, 2011)

I don't know what's more awkward - the way the car looks or the driving and passenger's wind blown faces in the second picture

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