Now this looks like Jason Pollocks meets supercar - or maybe what happens when a truck full of paint cans flips over on a sports car -
Love it or hate it - it is unique
Vroom with a hue: McLaren supercar gets £90,000 psychedelic paint job that's turned it into art on wheels - German company has spray-painted sought-after McLaren MP4-12C in style of 1970s BMW Art Cars
By Harriet Arkell - UK MAIL
20 November 2012
If you're often losing your car in the supermarket car park, how about this?
A McLaren MP4-12C has become the world’s fastest piece of artwork after a tuning firm gave it a £90,000 multi-coloured makeover.
The British-built supercar, which retails at £175,000, normally comes in more traditional hues such as blue, black, silver or white.
But a German tuning company - a workshop that specialises in souping up cars - has taken the idea of 'pimping your ride' to the extreme.
Rainbow-coloured: Inspired by the classic BMW Art Cars of the 1970s, Hamann Motorsport has transformed the 12C, built in Woking, Berkshire, into an eye-catching coupe
Inspired by the classic BMW Art Cars of the 1970s, Hamann Motorsport has transformed the 12C, built in Woking, Berkshire, into an eye-catching coupe.
The tuning house has described the McLaren - named the memoR - as 'an exquisitely colourful piece of art'. As well it might be with a total price-tag of more than £265,000.
For that you also get a 'bodykit' of new exterior accessories including bumper, new lights, new rear spoilier known as a 'wing', and a set of 21-inch alloy wheels to go with the paint job, which looks like it came out of US neo-pop artist Jeff Koons’ studio.
Hamann, based in Laupheim, southern Germany, said: 'Grass-green Porsches, neon yellow Lamborghinis and even luminous red Ferraris will soon fade away into the background on most streets, as the latest creation from Hamann Motorsport steals the show.
'With the stage set like this, the refined two-seater will transform ugly streets into palatial catwalks, clothing its passengers in magnificent haute couture