McLaren 675LT Dressed as The Hulk Shows Offensive Airbrake Message

McLaren 675LT Dressed as The Hulk 3 photos
Photo: Magazin ProDriver CZ, Boosted Boris on Facebook
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We're fine with cosplay, but when you dress up one of the world's five hundred McLaren 675 LTs as The Hulk and mix that with a pun-intended message for the generously-size airbrake at the rear of the supercar, quite a few problems might arise.
This is especially true if you take your roleplay Woking machine... well... out on the street. Heck, this British velocity tool is so good at what it does, that most other cars and bikes will end up looking at your tail, so there aren't too many ways of avoiding that message during Touristenfahrten (tourist day) events.

Then there's the association itself. Sure, the 675 Longtail has the right amount of muscle mass to be mistaken for the angry green smasher, but it's not nearly heavy enough to be cast in such a role. The Spider incarnation of the Longtail? The weight difference between this and the fixed-roof model is neglectable.

However, the wrap seen here speaks for itself and we must thank Magazin ProDriver CZ and Boosted Boris for the pics below.

Middle finger nods aside, we can't help but notice how quickly McLarens has penetrated the extreme side of the car customization trend that has taken over the supercar world.

It took years for owners and tuners alike to dare and transform Ferraris and Lamborghinis in such ways, admittedly without the presence of an easily-removable wrap. Nevertheless, since McLaren only returned to the road car business in 2011, the tuning industry had no time for such courtesy.

In fact, McLaren is now leading the let's-drive-racecars-on-the-road trend with the help of the street legal P1 GTR conversions. Handled by British specialist Lanzante Motorsport, plate-wearing P1 racecars are showing up all over the world and we're expecting to see more and more custom projects involving Woking cars in the near future.
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