Chevy Orlando makes art car for Quinze & Milan

Belgian design label Quinze & Milan used its signature QM Foam to create an art car out of a seven-seater Chevy Orlando.

The one-of-a-kind QM Foam-covered crossover marks Chevrolet's centennial anniversary. Quinze & Milan

Belgian design company Quinze & Milan will show a "creative reinterpretation of the new seven-seater" Chevy Orlando at the Superbrands London exhibition occurring September 22 to 25.

The seven-seater Orlando is no longer made for the U.S. market, but it was chosen be in the designers' showcase for the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet.

Making it look a bit like the Volkswagen Polo Harlequin, Quinze & Milan used its QM Foam product on the interior and exterior of the Chevy crossover. The design company said in a press release that the modded car demonstrates QM Foam's versatility and the way it can be used "to coat a wide range of surfaces."

QM Foam gets its unique look as a "result of a chemical reaction between the polyurethane foam and different layers, with different compositions, sprayed on to it," the company states on its Web site.

The Quinze & Milan Chevy Orlando will be on display at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane throughout Superbrands London.

 

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