IF ever there was a celebrity that needed extra safety precautions in their car, it's Richard Hammond.
The Grand Tour host has made a habit of crashing high-powered supercars - and has also managed to fall off a motorbike or two along the way.
Most recently Hammond, 48, was involved in a serious crash while filming a timed hill climb event for The Grand Tour, rolling the Rimac Concept One electric car down a hill before it burst into flames.
So it is only fitting Rimac has added a cheeky tribute to the former Top Gear front man in the design of its latest hypercar.
The Rimac C_Two was unveiled at the recent Geneva Motor Show, and the Croatian EV company have claimed it is entirely "Richard Hammond proof" thanks to a stylish mini fire extinguisher fitted in the rear engine bay.
And to top it off, the addition is held in place by a leather strap engraved with the words: "In case of hill climb, extinguish fire".
Responding to the bold taunt, Hammond was over the moon that he had managed to influence the hypercar's design.
He told DriveTribe: “I’m delighted. I’ve always wanted to have a real influence in-car design. And now I have.”
A fire extinguisher may not be the worst addition to Rimac newest motor, with its incredible power set to light up the road.
Its four electric motors combine for a monstrous 1914hp output, which can allegedly provide acceleration from 0-60mph in 1.85 seconds.
And with a top speed of 258mph it is tipped to become the fastest electric car in the world.
But the C_Two is around 700hp more powerful than the Concept One that ended up on its roof on a Swiss slope last year, so Rimac may think twice before they let Hammond get in the driver's seat of one.
The company is yet to release a price for their new hypercar, but it is likely to market close to £2million, almost double the cost of its predecessor.Video captures moments before Richard Hammond crashes £2million sports car