Coloring book from Audi or the opportunity to pass the time in quarantineMarch 26, 2020
The German brand has developed a coloring book that will help pass the time until the coronavirus epidemic is over. 13 black and white images are already available for free download on the official website of the automaker.
Many people around the world are now stuck at home, either because of quarantine or because of voluntary social exclusion. And if you are one of them and are looking for something to do during the “isolation” due to the coronavirus epidemic, Audi has the answer. The German company introduced a free coloring book with 13 images, which at the time of this writing was already available for download. Just print the pages, get out the colored pencils or markers, and then start making the car “photos” brighter.
The iconic Audi R8 supercar is one of the most common cars.
By the way, since we are talking about this car, I’ll say that the company’s management is not quite sure whether the new version of the sports coupe will retain its legendary designation. It is reported that the next generation of the model can be completely electric and become the serial version of the previously shown concept PB 18 E-Tron.
On several pages of coloring there are family crossovers of the company. To pay tribute to the past of the brand, there is even an image of a large Horch touring car, a race car that took part in the 1930s Grand Prix and a Quattro rally car.
The German brand’s idea of coloring pre-prepared images is very similar to the fact that Jan Callum, chief designer of the British brand Aston Martin, created similar images for a coloring book dedicated to the new Vanquish 25 supercar. Although these pictures are simple images that you can give For his child to color, Audi also has more complex geometric shapes, which are increasingly found in the design of brand cars.
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