Who will not see or even gawk when a very expensive hypercar has been scribbled by a street artist, aka a street artist. That’s what happened to the McLaren 720s, which was modified by 1016 Industries. 1016 Industries is a modification house that specializes in carbon fiber and ECU tuning. While the street artist hired was an artist named Alec Monopoly, he had previously carved his work in a Lamborghini. Alec is also known for his collaborations with several luxury brands such as Tagheuer, Phillipe Pein and Beverly Hilss Hotel.
A design with the theme of the game of monopoly was inscribed by Alec for the Art Basel Miami event. On the side of the passenger door, you can see Richie Rich’s character raising his hand at Alec’s name, while on the side of the driver’s door you can see the typical character of a monopoly game carrying a bag of money.
This 715HP powered car and costs 411,300USD is also not the usual Mclaren 720s, but is a car that has been given a touch of carbon fiber on the race hood, front aero lip, lower front lip, side skirts, fender set, mirror caps, rear wing and rear diffuser. by 1016 Industries uses a process called proprietary compression. This carbon is claimed to be stronger, lighter and more beautiful than other competitors. This process also gives it a more marble look. For your additional information, this carbon fiber is worth 65,000USD which makes the total price of this car around 476,300USD.
Apart from several carbon fiber sets, the 720s has also been given metallic purple wheels which make it even more eye-catching. Two collaborations from two highly skilled parties were brought around the city of Miami in the context of an exhibition of one of America’s most famous art performances.