Really, though, the paint's just prelude to the interior.
As you might expect, a good chunk of the car's cabin is draped in top-notch Italian leather. Not the headliner though, where Zegna went with silk. The fabric is also used on the dash, console and doors, each featuring different weaves to mark a contrast.
But with 410 hp under the hood and a top speed of 175 mph, you're really not going to want to look down at all that stitching.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He doesn't remember the last time he had to wear a suit.