Check out the world’s blackest Porsche 911
White, grey and black have been the world’s most popular car finishes for several years now, but if you are looking to stand out from the crowd, consider this Musou Black color developed by Japan-based paint manufacturer Koyo Orient.
The paint only reflects 0.6 percent of all incoming light and absorbs the rest, which explains why it looks like a black hole devoid of any lines or creases. The car body looks downright surreal, almost like a two-dimensional cutout from the fabric of reality, and driving a car like this at night is probably not a good idea at all.
Having said that, BMW is the company that came up with the world’s blackest exterior finish called Vantablack. That one is even more efficient at 99.96% visible light absorption, making it useful in aerospace and military industries. It is not available to the general public, though.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
Source:Forma car News
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