Will.i.am's modified motor has been seen on the back on a recovery truck in Los Angeles.
The Black Eyed Peas star – whose real name is William James Adams – owns a modified car built by West Coast Customs.
He spent $700,000 on creating it, and the car is based on the iconic DeLorean and a Dodge Challenger.
But curiosity is mounting after the car was spotted being towed by a recovery truck this week.
Travelling along Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles, the prized motor, finished in a fetching shade of white, was transported to an unknown location in full-view of passers-by.
The incident is the third to occur to the Black Eyed Peas star. In August, Will.i.am's motor was stolen while he was at a party for his new album.
On discovering his prized car gone, he tweeted: "My car was stolen...what the f**k..?
"Where is my f**k*ing car...??? This isn't funny anymore."
And earlier this year, the car was impounded for not displaying a registration plate.
What has happened to Will.i.am's car is unclear. We'll report back when we hear more