Range Rover Evoque gets dressed up in blood for Halloween

Range Rover Evoque gets dressed up in blood for Halloween

Thought ghoulish, witch-inspired decorations and costumes are enough for Halloween 2015? Then, you badly need to upgrade your Halloween game after looking at the images of this blood-covered Range Rover Evoque. Don’t be afraid, the car hadn’t been involved in a terrible accident.

In fact Russian blogger Alexander Belenky has taken Halloween very seriously and went for an extreme job to give bloody makeover to his white Range Rover. There’s no real blood or plastic stickers on the car, but the horrific work has been done by using an airbrush.

Range Rover Evoque gets dressed up in blood for Halloween

The resulting blood-themed car seems coming straight out of a gruesome murder scene. Moreover, great attention is paid to its detailing from real-looking blood stains to scattered Range Rover logo on the hood. The blood-covered vehicle has been parked in a local car park, where it’s causing quite a stir even before Halloween.

Range Rover Evoque gets dressed up in blood for Halloween

Belenky even posted pictured of this car online with the headline ‘Traces of a crime he did not even hide.’ Having your entire car redone is not an easy task, especially when it’s just for a seasonal event. This bloodcurdling car transformation has proved that Halloween is really a big deal for some people.

Although it’s a very unpleasant way to scare off trick-o-treaters, but hey its almost time to celebrate the spookiest party of the year and you’re allowed to do that. So, what do you think about this bloodied Range Rover? Ultimate Halloween dress up for car or totally grim?

Via: AutoEvolution

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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