So, was the Miami exotic car dealer lot seen here actually flooded, or is this a Photoshop job? We're not really sure, which is why we won't waste any more time on the matter. Instead, we have other things we need to mention.
First of all, perhaps we got the nameplate of this Macca wrong all along and its badge stands for 675 Longboat.
Secondly, the said event welcomed a multitude of automotive cosplay adventures, from the Koenigsegg Agera XS Viking warrior we teased last week to a Pagani-involving "murder".
As you can imagine, Star Wars fans couldn't miss the opportunity to express their love for the series. And while we've seen the Lamborghini Aventador playing the Stormtrooper game before, this time around we got the full lightsaber, two-car fight.
Speaking of contraptions that came to life in Sant'Agata Bolognese, the fighter plane Lamborghini Huracan we showed you earlier this year was also present, with its driver going all Top Gun for the event.
That's right, the Prancing Horse couldn't be missing from the spooky-quick lineup deployed at the event, with the Ferrari-themed part of the adventure getting its fair share of attention, whether we're talking about the live action or the online matters that followed.
We're inviting you to check out the four-wheeled cosplay events in the Instagram media below and perhaps use these spicy bits as inspiration for an adventure of your own.
ICYMI: Here is how the convoy arrived to the Homestead-Miami Speedway for last night's Halloween Super Car Run! As always the entire crew at @prestigeimports put on an absolutely incredible show! Thank you again @brett_david for inviting my bro @robazaltovicjr & Iü¯ #HSCR2017