We aren't really sure what to make of this. Here, we see an R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R, which aside from its forbidden fruit factor, isn't particularly special. This car, though, has a kind of heat-sensitive paint that has left us sitting, mouth agape, for the past ten minutes wondering how the heck it works. It comes from Auto Kandy, a paint shop located in the UK.

Yes, that is just water being poured on the body, yet it's completely altering the color of the car, from that brilliant orange to an oily black. There's not a lot of information on this heat-sensitive paint, but we're betting it'll end up being a pretty big fad with the aftermarket. We've got a video of the paint in action down below, and there are plenty of photos of the modified Skyline in different shades at the Auto Kandy Facebook page.

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