Garage Italia at Milano Monza Motor Show
MIMO, the Milano Monza Motor Show has just started in the streets of the city and here will be presented the novelties of the more than 60 participating car and motorcycle manufacturers. After a year’s wait, we will finally be able to admire the 120 models on display along the streets of Milano:a sign of restart for the world of events and for the automotive sector, with an exhibition with free access and usable in total safety.Garage Italia will be there too, with our own stand on Via Dante (platforms 111-112) that will host for the first time the legendary Pandina Jones,, the Panda Integral-e created exclusively for the Car&Vintage team to celebrate the goal of half a million followers of their Instagram channel. An iconic and pop car like the Panda, equipped with an electric engine, able to reflect its vintage soul born in the digital age.
Next to the Panda you will find another tiny car that is already making people talk about itself: it is called Ami 777 and was created starting from the Citroen My Ami Pop, it stands out because of a side completely colored in blue, on which stands the initials 777 on an orange background.Also on the front we find a central blue band with the 777 signature, with the same blue profiling the headlights. In short, a dynamic and lively version that reflects the attitude of its very young owner, Federica Levy, only 16 years old.
But that’s not all: you can also have fun spotting another car with our touch: the Land Rover Discovery CREW CAR, on show from tomorrow as a preview at the Milano Monza Show, features a specific vehicle set-up with a livery created by Garage Italia on the basis of the visual identity of Motor1.com. The new look plays with the colors of white, black and electric blue and is perfectly suited to the dynamic character of the Discovery. It draws free inspiration from aviation camouflage patterns, combining different tones of blue throughout the bodywork. Starting from the full color rear, in light blue with a hint of metallic, continuing along the sides with the wheel arches and the hood, on which the camouflage pattern gradually takes shape, creating a particular optical effect when the car is in motion.See you at MIMO!