There are plenty of automotive Instagram accounts out there, but Howard Panes' (@howardpanes) is one that you should definitely be following. Panes is the founder of one of the most popular e-cigarettes, Logic, and Stealth Body Fitness. With his success, he's afforded himself some of the world's wildest cars. His garage has seen cars like the Porsche 918 Spyder, McLaren P1, Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder, 1,000 horsepower Hennessey Performance Hellcat, the first Hennessey Venom F5 (coming soon), McLaren 675LT Spider, Ferrari 458 Spider, Mercedes-Benz G 550 4x4 Squared, Ferrari 812 Superfast, Tesla Model X P100D and now the McLaren Senna.

Panes' new Senna has to be the most vibrant example of the supercar, yet. It's blue/orange color scheme was accomplished through a litany of MSO options. Basically, every bit of orange that you see was chosen by Panes to complete the color scheme he sought out.

Why did he pick these colors? Because he loved the way it looked. It's as simple as that. He told me that the color scheme he went for had no purpose other than to look "badass" and energize everyone when he drives by. "These colors just give off so much energy," said Panes. I'd definitely agree with him.

The energy provided by the exterior can also be found in the cabin. It's inside that car that you're presented with a pair of seats that match the exterior trim accents. He even had the gear shift paddles, floor mats, door struts, steering wheel center band, and seatbelts colored in orange to finish the color scheme.

Panes' wild Senna is one for the ages. It will be easily recognizable for years to come and will be the highlight of any show it attends. Cheers to you Panes for bringing this energetic McLaren into the world.

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