Alfa Romeo MiTo by Louise Dear, an Art Car for the British launch

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alfa romeo mito by louise dear

MiTo By Louise Dear With Floral Design.

 

The British division of  the automaker Alfa Romeo has launched a unique version of its compact car to celebrate the MiTo’s presentation on the local market. The designers have decided to give the task of customize the body to the painter artist Louise Dear, the task and then expose the Art Car to the Castle Galleries in London.

The Young style of the MiTo by Louise Dear.

The floral version of MiTo by Louise Dear is a true art work and the English artist said  that she also has been inspired by the seventeen year old daughter’s face, but above all many symbols associated with the ecological theme, including the four-leaf clover which is one of the main badge of the Italian brand. This Art Car has been created with a special technique through several layers of paint applied on an aluminum base. The new variant MiTo by Louise Dear is currently exposed at the Castle Galleries of London in the famous area of ​​Covent Garden, then will be shown in Birmingham July 28 to 31, Norwich August 4 to 7 and Cardiff August 11 to 14. The special initiative of Alfa Romeo MiTo by Louise Dear also includes a chance to win a limited edition print of the artist that has been estimated at 775 pounds, about 870 euros with the current exchange rate. Participation is not limited only to visitorsof the gallery but everyone can participate by filling the online form on the site, the draw will be on 21 July 2011 – http://www.castlegalleries.com/alfaromeo/

 

Green Art Car Alfa Romeo MiTo by Louise Dear.

The engine that drives the MiTo by Louise Dear is a 1.3 JTDM-2 by 85 hp, which according to data reported by the English division of Alfa Romeo, should consumps 3.6 liters per 100 km on the combined cycle with 95 g/km of CO2 emissions. The Alfa Romeo MiTo by Louise Dear then would not need the Congestion Charge, the tax for the polluting vehicles in London.

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