Artistic McLaren Artura By Nat Bowen On Display In Dubai
Artistic McLaren Artura by British artists, Nat Bowen on display in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
The Artura is reimagined using Nat Bowen’s artistic vision of geometric designs and vibrant colors.
The creative collaboration is currently on display at the ME Dubai until 31 March 2022.
Luxury marque McLaren Automotive has unveiled a One-Of-One Artistic McLaren Artura High-performance Hybrid Supercar created in collaboration with British artist, Nat Bowen.
The creative collaboration, currently on display at the ME Dubai until 31 March 2022, is reimagined using Nat Bowen’s artistic vision of geometric designs and vibrant colors.
The Bespoke masterpiece “explores the themes of ‘Art’ and ‘Future’ reflected in the name of the brand’s first high-performance hybrid supercar.”
Market Director of McLaren Automotive Middle East and Africa Mohamed Fawzi says :
“We are delighted to have collaborated with Nat Bowen to showcase the all-new McLaren Artura featuring her signature multi-layered artwork in the iconic surroundings of the ME Dubai.”
“The exhibition received phenomenal reception from the attending guests and allowed us to successfully engage with the extremely passionate art community in Dubai and the rest of the Middle East region.”
Nat Bowen adds :
“It has been an honor to work with McLaren Automotive on this exciting concept and display it as part of my first solo exhibition in Dubai. My goal was to provide a truly immersive experience and transport the visitors into a meditative state away from everyday distraction, as well as allow them to further explore and develop their relationship with color”.
The McLaren Artura sports car is powered by a 671-horsepower hybrid twin-turbocharged 6-cylinder, allowing it to launch from 0-60mph in just 3-seconds.
The New High-Performance Hybrid Supercar can achieve a maximum speed of 330 km/h (205 mph), and has a 1⁄4 mile (402 m) time of 10.7 seconds.
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