It’s a show car. Go to a Hot Rod show. They’re all like that. (Well, the ones that aren’t rat rods anyway)
At some point when I wasn't looking, the meaning of "show cars" morphed from "Pebble Beach" and into "SEMA".
I'm not a huge fan of either, but the SEMA sensibility of ridiculous, over-the-top, "Ed Roth Rat Fink"-style cars pretty much repels me on every level.
When it's a sports-car that's been SEMA-pimped, it looks doubly stupid.
FWIW, a "show car" in most of the country means something different than this. It means old guys sitting in lawn chairs next to pre-1973 (generally pre-1955) American iron. It means 23 coats of candy-apple red applied in 1978 and waxed and rubbed every other Saturday in the summer since. It means blown big-blocks and tubbed rear-ends with American Racing mags. It's the sum of 40-odd years of some forklift driver or factory line worker or street sweeper's nights, weekends, and Christmas bonus'.
Real car-shows are really not my jam, but they're earnest and honest. Stuff like this always looks to me like the intent was to sell something by spraying the entire car with a money gun.
Whatever it is, I'm not buying.