It's one of 14 in the world and is unlike anything else.
If you don't remember who Michael Fux is, we don't blame you. Bill Gates is known for making his wealth in computers, Manny Khoshbin is known for doing it in real estate, and Michael Fux? Well he made his money in mattresses. Regardless of where it came from, the man is a prolific supercar collector and has commissioned many shocking paint schemes over the years. His Porsche 918 Spyder was finished in Acid Green, but the color he's best known for is a striking shade of fuchsia. Now, he's decided that he wants his Hispano-Suiza Carmen in that same purple.
In the past, Fux has had the interior of his Rolls-Royce Phantom finished in this signature hue. He's also had the body of his McLaren 720S finished in this color, although he no longer owns this particular car or the 918 anymore. Clearly, he has a thing for exotics and he has even more of a thing for this particular shade of purple.
The Hispano-Suiza Carmen is the latest supercar to receive the unique paint finish, and it looks absolutely spectacular, although outlandish paint isn't the only reason you may be attracted to this car. It's also an electric supercar and boasts over 1,000 horsepower.
Unlike his McLaren that featured a pure white interior, the Carmen gets white leather with fuchsia piping, carpets, headlining, and inserts throughout the cabin. Even the steering wheel and column are finished in this shade, which is eye-catching to say the least. The images you see are renderings as the car hasn't yet been built, but these pictures are intended to highlight how customizable the car is. The Spanish supercar company claims that no two examples will be identical. Still, considering that just 14 units of the car will be produced, we can't imagine that avoiding overlap would be too difficult.