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You're going to want to mod your car with these Star Wars designs

We're pretty sure they'd all make the Kessle Run in 12 parsecs...

You're going to want to mod your car with these Star Wars designs

The Ford is strong with these.

Okay, so there's not a single Ford amongst these superb mod concepts from car comparison site Carwow (they missed a trick kitting out a Galaxy, far, far away...) but we couldn't resist the pun.

Jumping on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens bandwagon, eight motors have been reimagined in the guise of characters from the original and prequel trilogies - from a Mercedes mercenary to a Stormtrooper sportscar. 

We're pretty sure they'd all make the Kessle Run in 12 parsecs...

(Images: Carwow)

Wedge Antilles’ Lamborghini A-wing

Apparently surviving two Death Star raids and the battle of Hoth sees you earn enough to pimp out a Lamborghini Countach.

We're in the wrong line of work.


Han Solo’s Milliennium Hellcat

"She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself. "

Like sticking a satellite dish on the wing mirror. Berk. 


Luke Skywalker’s Mazda MX-5 Land Speeder edition

When he wasn't bullseyeing womp rats in his T-16, Luke was attempting to pick up the ladies in his flared MX-5.

He usually ended up playing taxi driver for his sister.


Alfa Romeo Giulia Stormtrooper edition

Sure they look the part, but they're hugely unreliable. 

(That's a joke that works for both Stormtroopers and Alfa Romeo - not that we're smug or anything)


Darth Maul’s 2016 Hornda NSX

Coolest car/villain ever.

No arguments now.


Darth Vader’s BMW Z4 Death Star edition

Incredibly powerful, but sounds like a broken hand dryer. 


Boba Fett’s Mercedes G-Class

A 6.0-litre V12 twin-turbo, snorkel and plenty of room for a carbonite coffin make this the perfect vehicle for the aspiring bountyhunter. 


Jar Jar Binks and his Nissan Juke Juke

A monster. A hideous, hateful creation that we will never speak of again.

Sorry Nissan.