The Lo Res Car Is a Truly Insane Vehicle — and I Drove It!

The Lo Res Car Is a Truly Insane Vehicle — and I Drove It!



The Lo Res Car is really, really strange — and today I’m reviewing it. Check out one of the strangest cars I’ve ever reviewed, and enjoy a thorough tour of the quirks and features of the Lo Res Car. I’m also DRIVING the Lo Res Car to let you know what it’s like behind the wheel.


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33 Responses

  1. Marques Brownlee says:

    That Rimac tease though!

  2. cs188 says:

    They should’ve called this the “Polycar”, since it’s polygonal and exterior is made of polycarbonate.

  3. Ben Gosling says:

    The irony of the “Low Res” Car filmed and reviewed with all its quirks and features by none other than Mr DeMuro in UHD 2K Resolution lol

  4. God DeMuro says:

    I’m telling you rn, this is going to be number one in his weirdest and quirkiest car he reviewed in 2021.

    • Corey Blaisdell says:

      I would be a bit disappointed if that was the case. Doesn’t seem even close to a real car. More like a go kart with a makeshift body kit. It is an interesting design though if you just consider it to be a fun looking toy.

    • Carl says:

      @Corey Blaisdell yeah I can see what you mean. This doesn’t really seem like a car.

  5. McNibbler says:

    This is such a hilariously dangerous death trap. The thought of getting out in an accident sounds terrifying

  6. In Coguto says:

    Doug: Car doesn’t have any power windows.
    Me: The freaking car is a one big power window!

  7. Video_Watcher says:

    This isn’t even a car. It’s just a work of art that has its own built-in device to help assist in moving it around.

  8. J.P. says:

    Imagine an old grandma seeing Doug testdriving it on her way home and getting a heart attack “Aliens are here… I always knew they would come one day”

  9. Oc Airsoft says:

    Well now we know where little uzis’s forehead diamond went.

  10. ZOLTORE says:

    Just a thought: Doug wonders why the wheels are covered. It seems obvious why they are due to stuff like water and debris kicking up into the interior.

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