Heat-sensitive paint is definitely something different

Josh Bennis

We’ve seen harlequin paint, matt paint, pearl paint, and now straight of the UK is heat-sensitive paint, developed by a company called AutoKandy. While it doesn’t look all too pretty when it does its thing, it’s certainly something different. Watch on as the paint reacts to cold water being poured over the Nissan Skyline R33, turning the paintwork from orange to black as the water makes contact.

Would you do this to your car? It’d certainly look funny in the rain…

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