The LAPD stopped Lakers Forward Ron Artest in Los Angeles while driving this Indy Car-inspired open-cockpit car. Surprisingly, TMZ says he wasn't pulled over for speeding but for an expired registration. But what is it he's driving, exactly?
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The vehicle in question is an Eagle Roadster, which is essentially a street-legal Indy-style kit car, featuring a 235-hp Chrysler V6 mounted behind a two-person cockpit. The company who builds it says the 1,960-lb car will do 0-to-60 mph in 4.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 152 mph.
The $200K price is steep for something powered by a Chrysler V6, but it's so much cooler than anything Andrew Bynum drives. [TMZ]