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British artist Ian Cook creates world's fastest art car

By PetrolHead on 06 Aug 2012

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The fourth annual Wilton Classic and Supercar Festival happened on the 5th of August, and event organizers have come up with a fast attention grabber.

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The world’s fastest art car based on the mighty Bugatti Veyron. The Veyron seen here was wrapped in Raccoon Vehicle Wrapping designed by British artist Ian Cook, also known as PopBangColour who ‘painted’ the image using radio-controlled cars.

The Gulf-inspired livery which, as always, looks fabulous on any car is accompanied by bar codes, Twitter handles and unique "BugARTi" logos with pun intended. The livery complements a Gulf-liveried McLaren F1 GTR Longtail that appeared at Sunday's event.

Photo Credit: Autoblog


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