This thing is so wild out that its maximum output figure, which sits at 800 horsepower, doesn't even come close to fully describing the machine. And it's enough to zoom in on its aerodynamics to understand this.
Well, the world wide web doesn't care about that. And if you're seeking proof, look no further than the image above.
We're talking about a rendering that brings us a McLaren Senna... lowrider. The pixel play comes from Yasid Oozeear, a digital artist who constantly enjoys infuriating purists with his works. In fact, the pixel wielder took the time to drop a few thoughts on his contration: "This was spotted in Vegas today. Who is mad enough to do this to their Senna?"
Now, if the wheels on the pimped Macca seem familiar, it's probably because you've seen them on a real-world creation that might be just as wicked.
We're refering to Ken Block's Hoonicorn, a 1965 Mustang that comes with all-paw hardware and the kind of horsepower figure that would define a hypercar.
The inspiration for this render actually comes from KB's Gymkhana Seven, which saw the Hoonigan-in-Chief drifting all over the streets of LA, including sliding under a bouncing lowrider (you can check out the stunt below).