This might get trickier and out of the mind when David Morgan, owner of the Aston Martin DBS decides to get his ride pumped up with a bit of phosphorescent on its exterior which will keep the supercar glow in the dark.
Team 46 will be seen in the Gumball 3000 Rally with this Glow-in-the-Dark Aston Martin DBS, with its unique UV coating, which allows the car to glow in the dark. The car will surely will pop your eyes out while the moon rises over the event. Sounds like a vampire movie to me!
The phosphorescent coating on the supercar charges from the sunlight during the day and when moon takes control, there you go, its DIWALI time at Gumball 3000! The special material on the exteriors is capable of keeping the glow of the supercar for up to 10 whole hours until the sun rises again to charge itself.
According to David Morgan – owner and driver of the Aston Martin DBS: “Personally, I wanted a car that would stand out among the collection of supercars and what better way to do it than make it glow? Hamish Scott rose to the challenge and the car will definitely turn heads around the globe. It is positively mind-blowing and feels like touching glass, smoother than regular car paint, whilst aesthetically something futuristic and completely out of this world – it is spectacular, day or night.”
Gumball 3000 is annual British 3,000-mile (4,800 km) international motor rally on public roads. This year’s rally will start in Europe, Stockholm, and end in the United States, Las Vegas. This is a yearly event and has been cherished by public and car enthusiast throughout the work. Videos are thronged on YouTube and other video sites to get a glimpse of their favorite supercars.Talking about Aston Martin DBS, 5935cc V12 that can pump 510bhp at 6500rpm and 570Nm of torque @5750rpm. This beast is of the gorgeous breed – just looking at it will put a silly “I’m-in-love” smile on your face!
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