Lamborghini Newport Beach and their P1-selling relatives at McLaren Newport Beach have just released an awesome picture that shows they have a sense of humor and enough money to pull off the best Halloween costumes ever.
Two brand new supercars, fresh from their European factories, were dressed in matching outfits and sent to do a bit of Trick-or-Treating. Do they get gasoline instead of candy? We don’t know, but this is our kind of Halloween costume. Nothing is as scary as 1,350 horsepower attached to some teeth!
The two models posing in ghoulish outfits are none other than the McLaren 650S Spider and Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster. Both have had their heads chopped off and their front bumpers filled with the pointy teeth of an undead creature.
Since this photo is pretty much self-explanatory, we decided to search for other cars that over the years received a similar treatment. In 2010, an orange Lotus Exige received its first set of Dracula dentures. It was followed in 2012 by a US-sped Audi S4 with pumpkin power in California. There’s also a VW Beetle Convertible that you might find scary, but only a bit. But if you ever decide that you want a factory-fresh pumpkin-look car for Halloween, the old BMW M3 GTS should do the trick. By: autoevolution