This might look like some shot from a movie in development, a behind-the-scenes look at special effects and the movie magic that puts realistic looking cars in scenes where there were no cars before, but it's not. It's an actual wireframe model that exists in real life, amazingly enough.
This awesome project was created by British artist Benedict Radcliffe, and he left his creation "parked" outside of a gallery in London. Apparently the local cops don't have a great appreciation for art, as they left some parking tickets for Benedict on his "car." I wasn't aware that non-vehicular objects were subject to parking tickets, but then again I'm not intimately familiar with British traffic laws.