At first sight, you'd probably think you're looking at a Photoshop edit of a conceptual Mustang.
One look closer and you'll realize, yes, you are actually staring at, not one, but two Mustangs welded together.
According to Mashable, Ford teamed up with the National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum in Alexandria, Virginia, to honor 50 years of the automaker's innovation by welding two Mustangs together.
Ford split a 1965 and a 2015 Mustang and basically glued them together lengthwise.
Is there a better way to honor Ford's innovation than to fuse two of the most iconic cars in the history of the company together?! I think not!
Check out the video above for a closer look.