Well, we're here to bring you an example of the latter, one that involves the McLaren 720S.
As aero-extrovert as the factory design is, the styling cues we have here make it seem restrained. And that's because we're dealing with plenty of wild design bits, chief among which is the rear deck.
Thie seems to be taken from the Mercedes-AMG Project One, with that massive fin standing out from a distance.
Of course, we musn't forged goodies like the side blades and the widebody kit, with the latter matching the Japanese license plate found on the beast (Rocket Bunny or Liberty Walk, anybody?).
Digital artist Khyzyl Saleem is the one behind the image we have here. And, to those of you who are tuned into our eye candy tales, this shouldn't come as a surprise, since the pixel player constantly likes to break the automotive side of the world wide web.
Meanwhile in the real world, the British automotive producer has already come up with a meaner machine, namely the Senna. In fact, earlier today, we showed you a Senna doing its thing on the Hungaroring Formula One track, with the beast having probably set a new production car lap record for the circuit.