The 2011 Porsche 911 Speedster always stands out, but the one outfitted by world renown artist Miguel Paredes will stop onlookers in their tracks.
This art car, which made its debut at Art Basel, was created by the urban realist who dabbles in New York graffiti art. Taking inspiration form trippy retro Japanese style, Paredes’ vision is a wonderful bouquet of colorful flowers. Finishing this automotive work of art is a lovely geisha on the hood.
Considering that the 911 Speedster is a limited edition, with only 356 being made, Paredes’ art car (which is number 176 of this model) is probably the most eye-catching one so far. And just like the rest of the limited edition, this one is powered by a 3.8-liter flat six engine, so it will be a blur of color as it passes you on the road. No word if this particular beauty is for sale, but we think that at some point, it will be hitting the auction block. We’ll let you know when that happens and how much it sells for.
[Source: Top Speed]