Saleen has more money to make it work
Here'* the story on CF painting:
The molecular bonding of common automotive paints is stressed in the X-axis. CF stresses unequally, in variable Y axis patterns. So the paint will crack. The only paint compatible with CF is a molecularly bonded paint produced by PPG for use in aircraft panels. You have to have a government license with a signed non-disclosure agreement to be able to use it, and it can't be resold.
The other way to beat it, is to take a standard automotive lacquer and mix depleted uranium into it under a UV light source of 4500 lumens or greater. This alters the molecular strength just long enough for it to bond.