After building his own electric car, the Soraka brothers built a new car for their sister.
But they’ve since built the cars for everyone else.
At the start of 2017, the brothers made a move from the garage to the living room.
They now build the cars from scratch and assemble them from parts.
The car, a silver Toyota Corolla with the brand’s trademark grille and taillights, has a sleek appearance and an aggressive stance.
The Sorakas say they are building the car to serve as a stepping stone for a future with no cars.
“We can see ourselves as an automaker,” Soraka CEO Adam Soraka said in a statement.
“We are going to build a car that people will be proud to drive.”
The car is a tribute to the car that made Soraka famous, the Pontiac Bonneville.
The Bonnevilles were powered by a single engine and were the first all-electric cars.
The car was so fast that it was nicknamed “the fastest car ever made.”
The brothers also built their own high-end, custom-built car, called the Sorakis.
The new car, which they christened the Soraks, is a sleek, mid-engine sports car that is made entirely of wood.
It weighs nearly 500 pounds.
Soraka also built a $1.4 million custom plane.
It’s powered by an electric motor and is able to fly at heights of more than 15,000 feet.