It is it a bird? It is, er, a zebra? No it is Porsche's first Le Mans 24 Hours contender in 16 years which will compete in the 2014 running of the famous race.
The German manufacturer unveiled the new LMP1 racer at their own track in Weissachon on Tuesday but unless you are a cars aficionado then you might be wondering about the funky paint job.
Well, it is not some fancy new modern design but rather the black and white swirls have a much more practical use.
The design acts as a camouflage so that rivals can't steal its more intricate aerodynamic features by studying the picture.
It is a common practice – known as 'Spy Shots' – when new cars are being unveiled for the first time.
Porsche say they are hopefully they can really challenge in the famous endurance race despite their long absence.
"Our newly formed team has worked with utmost concentration on getting this highly complex vehicle on the track as soon as possible," said project leader Fritz Enzinger.
"This allows us a few additional weeks for more testing and further development. From 2014, the regulations are primarily based on efficiency. This makes the competition amongst engineers more interesting and presents us with completely new challenges."