Alfa Romeo have revealed a striking version of their car as part of a special collaboration with a graffiti artist.
To mark the impending start of the 2023 F1 season, the squad have teamed up with German-born artist BOOGIE to create the 'Art Car' featuring a distinctive livery.
BOOGIE used his spray cans to decorate one of the team's cars, which has been unveiled at Waldhaus Flims in the Swiss Alps.
While this is not the design that Alfa Romeo will race with, the Art Car forms part of a project to bring fans closer to the action.
A bespoke 3D model of the car will be available for fans to view in augmented reality (AR), while the Art Car itself will appear on the Stake stand at the ICE London gaming hub event on 7-9 February before making future appearances in Zurich and at Grand Prix destination cities.
After a year-long campaign, the car will be auctioned off to raise money for Alfa Romeo's charity partner, Save the Children.
Check out the images of Alfa Romeo's Art Car below!
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