A company called DipYourCar, or DYC for short, seems to be rising to the very forefront of the car dipping world. Their latest project takes things to a whole new level with a color that flips into the blues, greens and sometimes pinks. The whole procedure is very similar to regular chameleon paint, but the rubberized compound in the dip paint means it can be removed from the car. Just like with normal paint, you need lots of layers of black undercoat in order to get the chameleon effect to work.
The model DYC chose to highlight their latest product is very special as well, the Porsche 911 Turbo S, the closest thing to a supercar for everyday use that you can buy. Sold for over $180,000 in America (€197,000 in Germany), this bad boy takes its first 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds (100 km/h in 3.1s) and won't slow down until touching 197 mph (318 km/h). All that is possible thanks to a 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-6 pushing out 560 horsepower to all four wheels via 7-speed PDK gearbox.
Holey Moley – what a car and what a procedure!