Watch This Audi RS7 Change Colors Like A Chameleon

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It looks incredible.

When it comes to customizing cars, there are many ways of expressing your own personal style and taste that they're almost too numerous to list. You can tune your car for more power, you can lower it for a more aggressive stance, you can tack on a widebody kit, or if you want to make a really big impact with minimal effort, you can get your car wrapped. But there is another way of changing your car's color with less effort than a respray, and it's called dipping. Now, this technology has been around for some time, but what you've never seen before is a color-shifting wrap that turns to black.

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The experts at Dip Your Car are the first to try out a new red-to-black ZBR HyperShift dip which is touted as the first in the world to truly go black. It's not just a bitonal shift either, as there are shades of gold, purple, orange, and all sorts of other hues in between. Although you could just look at the photos to see what we're talking about, we highly recommend watching the mesmerizing video above. Seeing the pigment being mixed and the actual spray work being done is highly satisfying, and seeing the way that the dip interacts with changing light conditions is even more addictive.

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The Audi RS7 you see here is made all the more attention-grabbing by its gold-colored Vossen wheels, but even without them, this dip has transformed it into something that will turn heads in any setting. The only problem would be explaining to the police what color your pride and joy is if it ever gets stolen. So how much does this cost? Well, Dip Your Car offers DIY kits, and assuming that you have a spray gun already, the kit starts at $615.92 for a small car and goes up to almost $1,200 for something like a Ford F-150. Of course, if you've never attempted such a transformation before, you may need multiple kits to achieve that perfect finish.

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