Car special, classic, custom and redesigned… All have a place at the Goodwood Festival of speed, an event that is held every year in the United Kingdom and which presents car spectacular by measuring the circuit that gives its name to the same. And this year, between those fantastic cars, will have seen a few cars with artistic motifs, that in addition to compete on features, functionality and speed, will do so with its curious designs.
One of them even pays homage to the world of the comic, since the WTCC Honda Civic which has been submitted in this contest has been decorated using designs of the comics author Jean Graton, thanks to an agreement with the Graton Foundation, which is responsible for managing his legacy. The character Michel Vaillant, pilot of formula 1, is the reason that appears in the body of this car that has faced other models that have covered his body with this type of designs.
In the FIA World Touring Car Championship “Art Car Contest” also participated a Chevrolet Cruze TC1, of which TAG Heuer Chronographs company has taken responsibility. But this car was something special, since it was not finished. The design team was responsible for shaping the design chosen in the same Goodwood festival, being witnesses of the realization of the process of decorated luxury visitors. Graffiti artist Jim Vision used the spray paint to create your proposal on the car.
Another car is a Volvo S60 Polestar that has a decoration based on the flag of your country. And it is not only special for this reason, but also by the name of the designer of this livery. It is neither more nor less than the Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, which is racing brand and designer of interiors for its models as well as part of the Royal family.
There were other cars, but although they participated in the WTTCseries, they have not formed part of this competition to see which car was the most voted by its artistic design. A pity, because it is always nice to see how they strive to make these cars already in itself are impressive, it still more.
Via | Carscoops