I was at the local dealer checking for a Juke when i saw a 370Z go by. It was all black as he approached, looking shiny and waxed and even in the paint scheme. As he hit sunlight, his door and back fender turned to carbon-fiber print. Front fender remained black. It was such a seamless transition, it made my jaw hit the floor. I'm dying to know what it was, if anyone can tell me from my horrible description or point me in the direction of a product?
It wasn't that I couldn't see the CF print because of bad sun. It was more like a car that changes color depending on the angle of viewing.
Yep, same idea but make the colors plain black and carbon fiber pattern. I think I'm just gonna go back up there today. I'm willing to bet with all the other mods on it he probably works there and I can get the info straight from the horse's mouth.
Couldve been wrapped in CF. Theres a CF wrapped S2000 at my school, and when the sunlight is behind the car it looks black, once in direct sunlight, the CF shimmers. Although it would be rare to see a fully repaneled CF body.
The 3M Di-Noc is an option, but you need to remember that is only a temporary thing. It is like vinyls, not permanent and it will get chipped up and stuff just like vinyls do. The chances of that guy having the 3M are much higher than him having a carbon fiber body, but its not impossible. They make almost every part for my Evo in Carbon fiber except for the rear quarter panels, so there is always a chance he just had all of these installed.