Modern supercars, which are sometimes referred to as hypercars, are all about big numbers. Their capabilities measured and ranked by horsepower, acceleration, top speed, and Nürburgring lap time. No longer are they judged based on race victories, champion wins, or the epic battles they’ve won on track.
That’s because in these modern times, supercars are merely instruments made to push the limits of technology, unlike the track weapons that their forefathers were. That’s also why we now hardly see any of them flaunt iconic race liveries.
Then there guys like CarKeys.co.uk and Javier Oquendo Design who ask the important question of What If?
What they’ve done is to take the liveries of the latest 2017-spec Formula 1 cars and imagined what they’d look like on modern supercars, matching the team colors with a machine from their own road car division.
Ferrari SF70H livery on a Ferrari LaFerrari
Red Bull Racing RB13 livery on a AM-RB 001
McLaren-Honda MCL32 livery on a Honda NSX
Sauber C36 livery on a Ferrari 812 Superfast
Haas VF17 livery on a Ferrari 458 Speciale
Toro Rosso STR12 livery on an Alpine A110
Renault RS17 livery on a Renault Trezor Concept
Force India VJM10 livery on a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
Williams FW40 livery on a Mercedes AMG GT Concept
Mercedes-AMG W08 livery on a Mercedes AMG GT R