One thing we’ll never understand about wallet-busting supercars is how they so often rely on the same old style choices. Exposed carbon fibre. Classic racing liveries. Stripes. Red paint. When you have all the money in the world, you ought to get a little more creative than that. From time to time, though, buyers can surprise us. They put moon dust in their Aston Martin’s paint. They make Rolls-Royce embroider a portrait of a horse on a door panel. They mash two of their favourite supercars…


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