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Chameleon McLaren 570S Sighted in Florida

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The great state of Florida is home to some pretty weird and wonderful animals. You will find there alligators that feed on smaller alligators, insects the size of a freaking bird, and chameleons that can disguise themselves as a McLaren 570S. Or is it the other way around?

This unique McLaren 570S with its chameleon-style paint work was the highlight of Celebration Exotic Car Festival event held in Kissimmee, Florida. Inspired to some extent by the famous Cerberus Pearl P1, the baby Mac features a special color that consists of many different shades and they all look different depending on the light and the angle you’re looking at them. Honestly, we don’t know how this is legal, because the damn thing must be distracting for other drivers on the road. Looks pretty cool, though. There was also an Alfa Romeo 4C in the bunch with the same wrap:

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Photos via Dimmitt

McLaren 570S Specs:

  • PERFORMANCE
    • 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 3.2 s
    • 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph): 9.5 s
    • Top speed: 328 km/h (204 mph)
    • Power-to-weight: 434PS per tonne
  • ENGINE & POWERTRAIN
    • Engine Configuration: V8 Twin Turbo / 3799cc
    • Power: 570PS (562 bhp) @ 7,400 rpm
    • Torque: 600Nm (443 lb ft) @ 5,000-6,500 rpm
    • Transmission: 7 Speed SSG
    • CO2: 258 g/km
    • Economy: 25.5 mpg 9.22 l/100 km (EU combined)
  • DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
    • Dry weight: 1,313 kg (2,895 lb) with lightweight options
    • Weight distribution: 42 / 58
    • Length: 4,530mm
    • Width: 2,095mm
    • Height: 1,202mm
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