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Real Life TRON Car! Nissan 350Z Paint Lights Up Like Magic

As just about every aspect of car ownership evolves over the years, so does the ...

As just about every aspect of car ownership evolves over the years, so does the aftermarket for these different cars. The way that people modify their cars is always changing just like the cars themselves and this time, we check out another modification that really goes over-the-top, taking the concept of color change to a whole new level that will really have you wondering exactly how they did it. It almost seems like something straight out of a sci-fi movie but, lo and behold, it’s something that pops to life right in front of our own two eyes.

Instead of going for some sort of traditional wrap or paint scheme on this Nissan 350z, the owner elected to go with a sort of Illuminating “paint.” Basically, when electric current flows through the material, it will light up in a certain color, basically Turning the car into a rolling neon sign. It’s pretty neat to see because when it goes away, it really looks like there’s nothing there at all. I’m sure that, if you had this type of technology on the outside of your ride that, if you were to go to some sort of car meet, you’d be the center of attention.

Follow along with the video below that shows the illumination coming to life as this Nissan really does all that it can to stand out from the crowd. It almost looks like the same concept as you see on motorcycles in the Tron movie coming to life! After seeing this concept stand out on this import, be sure to tell us what you think of the fancy paint scheme and if you would be ready to do something like this to your own car. If you want to be different and stand out, this isn’t a bad way to accomplish that!





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