It's not news that computers have become sophisticated enough to be genuinely useful for art, but we haven't seen all that much art made by cars. Art made on cars is fairly commonplace, and the design of the car is certainly art, but the car isn't usually a paint brush, metaphorical or literal.
Artist Sergio Albiac and Lexus have teamed up to do exactly that. A computer generates a portrait of the driver based on a photograph and the way the car is being driven. A slow and smooth driver will get a detailed portrait with cool colors, while a faster and more spirited driver's portrait will be more abstract, and with hotter colors.