Is such a wrapping still contemporary?

Is such a wrapping still contemporary?

It's the year 2010. As every year, Arabs are flooding Monaco, Paris, and London. However, the hype has changed a bit. The cars are chromed in gold and silver. The reason for this: to stand out. But it isn't really beautiful. Yet it serves its purpose. Fourteen years have passed, and we can be glad that such wraps have receded. But not all of them. Just now, a Jesko was spotted in Monaco, wrapped in gold.

A few weeks ago, the Ghostsquadron (the largest Koenigsegg-organized Koenigsegg gathering, comparable to the Pagani Raduno) took place. And there, the newly wrapped Koenigsegg Jesko appeared. We have actually seen this Koenigsegg once before, unwrapped. And when you look at the pictures, it's somewhat shocking, because underneath the wrap is an extremely beautiful configuration. Silver combined with the Swedish flag. But anyway, it’s just a wrap and can be removed at any time. The golden Koenigsegg has now appeared in Monaco, and I could have told you that in advance. Because the owner of this eye-catching piece also has another hypercar. And that was also wrapped in gold. We are, of course, talking about the McLaren Senna, which has been seen in Monaco a few times. And if the Koenigsegg comes to Europe for the Ghostsquadron, it is obvious that it will also go to Monaco and London.

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