You know when it's a great Friday afternoon, the sun's shining bright and you're cruising in a nice vehicle. It's 72 degrees and you're on the way to your favorite place to have an al fresco lunch. It's almost too perfect.

And then you see it.

A "murdered out" something or another crosses your path. Everything imaginable on the auto is blacked out. From the colorless trim bits to indecipherable out nameplate to the barely functional headlights and taillights, it's a vehicle done up head-to-toe. Essentially, it's a rolling black hole.

For A-list celebrities like the Kardsashian/Jenner crew, David Beckham, Mark Wahlberg and plenty of athletes, a murdered out vehicle was the only way to go. These days though, with the adoption of creative wraps, it seems as though the murdered out trend is as good as dead.

I can't help myself from thinking "lame" when I come across a vehicle that's been dropped in a bucket of black paint. What say you, Spies?

Are murdered out vehicles played out for GOOD?


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