A new Augmented Reality (AR) app lets you place BMW’s art cars anywhere you like.
The CLK63 Black Series is the exception that proved the rule, by confirming that there were always people at staid and stolid Mercedes who relished the opportunity to put some rote in their colleagues’ sau.
Our relationship with the automobile is at an inflection point. A new show at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City explores that, in all its confounding glory, through artworks from the museum’s permanent collection–including seven glorious cars.
The link above is to the online version of my story for the summer issue of Vanity Fair. The glorious print version will be on newsstands in early July, for those of you who are not CBs. A crappy scan is below.
Slathered in Magmabeam Orange paint—a special color reserved only for this unique sports car—and tattooed in tessellated AMG logos, it features a kind of ombre fade, stern to bow, from orange to black, making it noticeable, even in the literal sea of candy-colored superboats that occupy the myriad waterways around Miami, where we enjoyed an afternoon of test rides.