Bespoke Chevy Orlando by design label Quinze & Milan

Bespoke Chevrolet Orlando by Quinze & Milan 20.09.2011
Bespoke Chevrolet Orlando by Quinze & Milan 20.09.2011

Chevrolet celebrates its 100th anniversary with a funky, bespoke version of the 7-seat Orlando

Chevrolet is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year - this time with this funky, bespoke version of the 7-seat Orlando model.

The "creative reinterpretation" of the Orlando comes courtesy of design label Quinze & Milan using its signature QM FOAMTM.

This "exclusive avant-garde art car" will be on display at the SuperBrands London festival taking place at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane from September 22 to the 25.

Source: Chevrolet


Press release
For immediate release

To celebrate Chevrolet's centennial anniversary, the car maker has collaborated with design label Quinze & Milan on a temporary installation, involving a creative reinterpretation of the new 7-seater Orlando.

Quinze & Milan coated all parts that are being touched when using a car in its typical and signature QM FOAMTM.

With this exclusive avant-garde art car, Quinze & Milan demonstrates not only the possibilities of its versatile technology, but also its flexibility to coat a wide range of surfaces.

The collaboration also aims to disclose new perspectives and ways of thinking, and spread inspiration, while not losing the energy, drive and disregard for design convention that marked its launch a decade ago.

The instillation will be at the SUPERBRANDS LONDON festival at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane from Sept 22nd- 25th at stand No. 9 & 15.

For further information go to www.quinzeandmilan.tv, www.chevrolet.co.uk and www.superbrandslondon.co.uk


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Comments (5)

It's like the Golf Harlequin's long lost evil descendant. @ least the Golf was was better than this!!!
Sep 21st, 2011 4:32am
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charlemagne charlemagne
if this is funky.., well then the whole africa, the whole india, the whole mexico and so on - they have nothing but funky cars there.
Sep 20th, 2011 10:17pm
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tazcubed tazcubed
Funky: read FUGLY! This is far worse than what VW did with the golf back in the 90's
Sep 20th, 2011 4:39pm
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Wojciech Wojciech
i think it was polo. anyway it looks like it visited second-rate body shop which made messy paint job for this Orlando
Sep 20th, 2011 4:59pm
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afterace2 afterace2
There were both actually. Anyway, what a way to celebrate the 100th birthday!
Sep 20th, 2011 11:25pm
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