An automotive-inspired mansion in the hills of Bel-Air is now on the market. The Roberto Lane House features a stacked box exterior with sleek supercar-like lines and an abundance of glazing. A 16-foot cantilever on the home’s upper level makes for a dramatic entrance to the home, where open living spaces are anchored by a black marble fireplace, while a sculpted backlit staircase mimicking the contours of the exterior leads through the three stories. Its contemporary, 7,440 square foot interior contains four bedrooms, four baths, a kitchen furnished with DOCA cabinetry and Dekton door-faces, a basement with felt-lined walls, a theater, a glass elevator, and a three-car garage. While views range from the Getty to the Pacific from a wraparound deck, the rooftop terrace affords expansive views over Los Angeles.