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A renowned artist has given an Alfa Romeo MiTo a new paintjob to celebrate the relationship between the Italian manufacturer and Castle Galleries.
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Alfa Romeo MiTo gets art makeover

Alfa Romeo MiTo gets art makeover

The distinctive Alfa Romeo MiTo has been given a unique paintjob by one renowned artist.

Louise Dear has used a 1.3-litre Sprint model as the canvas for a piece of art entitled Because I Can to celebrate a partnership between Alfa Romeo and art chain Castle Galleries.

The piece draws inspiration from the artist's 17-year-old daughter and the style of the Italian supermini, which is available in four different trim levels and packed with technology such as Bluetooth, cruise control and rear parking sensors.

Ms Dear described the MiTo as being "targeted at a young, stylish audience who have a positive attitude to life and are focussed on being successful" and said she has attempted to demonstrate this in her art by using a "combination of designs that convey powerful imagery mixed with elegance and beauty".

The Sprint model used by the artist boasts 16-inch alloy wheels, a Bluetooth handsfree system with USB port, electric wing mirrors and cruise control, while further features are on offer to customers who opt for the Distinctive or Quadrifoglio Verde trim levels.

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