Glow In The Dark Tesla Looks Like 'Tron' Light Cycle [Video]
The light cycles in Tron have a cool, eerie glow that many a real world bike has sported thanks to aftermarket modifications. This time, though, it's a Tesla Model S sporting the same glowing effect and also, it happens to be a zebra-stripe pattern. The look is achieved through the application of an electroluminescent coating that can turn on and off via a small-voltage electric current. All it takes is the flick of a switch and your mild-mannered Tesla is now a glowing Tron-zebra thanks to the special coating created by LumiLor. PHOTOS: Check Out the Amazing Tesla Model R Supercar Concept
They chose a Tesla Model S since making an electric car electroluminescent is a perfect fit. The zebra pattern, however, we can't explain. It just looks cool. The driver is also wearing a helmet that looks to be treated with the same thing, although you have to wonder about having a current of electricity running all over your head.
They may have chosen to showcase this on a Tesla with an eye-catching pattern, but there are all sorts of interesting possibilities for this stuff. It could be applied to a car in any number of ways, but the helmet proves it could also be applied to gear.
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This particular application might be a little over the top, but it's easy to see how this could add a little pop to any car.
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