Ferrari may be hitting the headlines recently for its lacklustre F1 performance, and the resignation of its charismatic chairman, Luca di Montezemolo. However, it's keen to remind the world that it's also a purveyor of some of the world's finest supercars, and has enlisted the help of artist Fabian Oefner to show off one of its latest offerings, the California T.
Sporting a new look, and – controversially – a turbocharged engine, the California T doesn't really any help to stand out. That didn't stop Oefner from going mad, however, by sticking it in Ferrari's wind tunnel and liberally dousing it in UV paint, to create his 'State of the Art' project.
What sounds like a recipe for a huge clean up job - and a ruined Ferrari - actually results in a spectacular display of colour, as the paint whips around the sleek shape of Ferrari's entry-level cabriolet. Click play below to see the mesmerising display in action.