The stunning design of the... Dirty Martini wrap you see here comes from virtual artist Scott Skepple. The idea of racetrack battle scars is the latest trend in the world of wraps, with the said artist being one of the pioneers of this visual movement.
Zooming in on the beater melange adorning this 991.1 GT3 RS makes us remember the rich pedigree enjoyed by the Porsche-Martini pair.
The Italian distiller's collaboration with the German missile producer dates back to the the late 60s, while the two brands delivered the most memorable results in the 70s, with the top victories coming from races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Targa Florio.
If you're willing to adorn your Zuffenhausen machine with a Martini stunt and would like to steer clear of the beaten path, you should know there are also other ways of achieving this goal.
For instance, your rear-engined contraption could always be dressed as the... olives that go so well with a glass of Martini. This is not an attempt at humor - we're serious about this color scheme proposal, one we've even shown you on a Porsche 911 R.
As for beater Martini liveries such as the ones mentioned above, we've brought you multiple examples, with the second skin jobs targeting Neunelfers such as the Turbo S or the GT3 RS.
Regardless of your choice, you can't go wrong when gifting your Neunelfer with such attire.
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