A used Nissan Micra has turned heads in Chard after being converted to resemble a cow, the Chard and Ilminster News reports.
The car was revamped by owner Adam Gummer, who only spent £30 and two hours adding new features such as black cow prints, eyelashes above the front lights and a new sound for the horn, which makes a ‘moo’ sound.
Mr Gummer’s daughter, 17-year-old Rebekkah, told the publication that the vehicle underwent the changes to “make people laugh”.
She added: “You forget you’re driving a cow until you notice people laughing. Then I turn the moo-er on and they laugh more.”
The car has been named Daisy the Fresian Moocra, with a Facebook appreciation group proving successful, as 45 members joined in the first week.
Mr Gummer is now planning to give the Micra a new revamp to make it resemble a zebra.
A past review of a Nissan Micra Hatchback from What Car? highlighted that the vehicle already “looks distinctive” and is “well made”.