A collection of multimillion-dollar exotic cars have been left to collect dust in a series of images.
In the photos, the cars have layers and layers of dust covering them as they sit in old, derelict barns.
The renders were created by designer Fabian Oberhammer and were made to show what might happen if the combustion engine becomes a thing of the past.
The images are so realistic, they’ve since gone viral.
In a previous set of renders, Oberhammer showed a Bugatti, Pagani, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, and Ferrari all in similar stages of neglect.
Oberhammer told supercarblondie.com he wanted to “use cars that are so new, and so expensive that they almost couldn’t be abandoned” because “who would do that?”.
The artist said some of the renders of abandoned supercars looked so realistic that people asked him where they were located and if they could buy them.
“Someone offered me 800k for the LaFerrari,” he said.
Oberhammer said he was blown away by some of the reactions to his work.
“It has this ‘is it real? No it cant be, or can it?’ effect, which I think is what made them go so viral,” he said.
While these abandoned supercars are fake, they’re eerily similar to these very real photos taken of supercars destroyed in South Korea last year.
The images show a garage full of supercars destroyed after Typhoon Hinnamnor hit South Korea’s capital city Seoul.
The sobering photos show a $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador, $200,000 Lamborghini Huracan and a $190,000 McLaren 570S all destroyed in the floods.