Here's one for the "why didn't anyone think of this before?" category: a camouflaged supercar you can buy.
Let's be perfectly clear, lest there be any mistake: You are not, in fact, looking at a prototype. This is a McLaren MP4-12C (a used one, actually) that you can actually buy with the scheme you see here. McLaren Greenwich - the authorized dealership in Connecticut owned by Miller Motorcars - has taken a certified pre-owned gray 12C (a 2012 model with 4,100 miles on the odometer) and covered it in a vinyl wrap bearing the same camouflage pattern that McLaren Automotive itself uses when testing prototypes.
The livery isn't a random pattern, nor is it computer-generated for optimal obscurity. It's actually made up of the track layouts of various grand prix circuits around the world. Applied to this particular supercar, Miller Motorcars calls it the MP4-12C Greenwich Special Edition. It's available for $259,035, which represents an approximately $30k premium over buying one new from the factory. For that kind of cash, we're sure McLaren would be glad to help arrange the same treatment be applied to a new 12C, but the Greenwich dealership deserves some proper kudos for thinking up the idea in the first place.