Sports Hyundai Tucson turned into an art carMarch 22, 2019
On the race car markers took 72 hours
The company Hyundai in honor of the release of sport modification of the crossover Tucson N Line prepared on the basis of her art car. The project called “Drive a Statement” was worked out by the German artist Andreas Price, who manually creates all his works with markers, pens and pencils.
Price spent 72 hours (and this does not take into account the time needed to develop the design itself) to create a picture on the car body. Initially, the body of the crossover was painted in red color, on which an abstract pattern was applied in the corporate colors of the N Line range – black, white, red and blue.
The image on the car should remind you of the races, livery of the rally Hyundai i20 WRC and body i30 N TCR, as well as of motor sport in general: some elements look like checkered flags, and others look like curves of racetracks, chicanees and curbs.
Art car will be shown at promotional events throughout Europe, dedicated to Tucson N Line.
The regular Tucson N Line got a more aggressive look, a re-tuned suspension and steering, as well as sport seats and a special gear lever.
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