I know you’ve seen it before. Certainly in spy photos published on websites like Roadshow, but maybe you’ve even spotted it on a real car or truck driving on public roads. I’m talking, of course, about vehicle camouflage.
Ever wonder what the story is behind these wild-looking black-and-white patterns, or why automakers think dressing their vehicles up to look like rolling zebras is a good idea? Here’s the scoop, the whole scoop and nothing but the scoop.
That video conveniently embedded above explains it all: what vehicle camouflage is supposed to do, where it came from and how effective it is. If you can believe it, the story involves spies, intrigue and even submarines. Yes, submarines. Give it a watch for all the bawdy details.
2020 Land Rover Defender hides boxy good looks under heavy camo
- Pandemic thriller Utopia on Amazon might be the perfect viewing
- 2021 Jaguar F-Pace refreshed with new styling, luxury and tech
- 2020 Halloween full moon: This year’s spooky spectacle brings a rare twist
- The best minimalist wallet for 2020
- NASA chief calls for prioritizing Venus after surprise find hints at alien life
- YouTube is adding a new Shorts feature to rival TikTok and Instagram Reels
- Paul Rudd, world’s youngest 51-year-old, tells fellow kids to mask up
- Jonathan Majors to join MCU as villain Kang the Conquerer, report says
- TikTok ban won’t prevent employees from being paid, US says in filing