1989 Porsche 911 Carrera converted into an art car


All Porsche 911s are special, but this particular example of the iconic German sports car, which rolled off the assembly line in 1989, can be called a true work of art.

This 911 art car was created as part of the Art Cars Project run by the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec in Canada.

Painter Dominique Besner and co-author Yves Thibault were responsible for the unique livery. On the front of the 911, the artisans painted a bull with a nose ring and powerful horns extending over the front fenders and on the doors.

The rest of the paintwork is somewhat reminiscent of the artist’s palette with chaotic strokes of different colors: orange, red, yellow, brown, blue, white, black and turquoise.

Rounding off the striking look are 16-inch black Fuchs-style wheels with custom-painted center caps with Porsche Crests.

In the interior of the car there are armchairs covered with brown upholstery, as well as original rugs and carpets. The list of equipment includes an air conditioner and a Kenwood CD player. The sports car is powered by a 3.2-liter naturally aspirated six-cylinder engine with a return of 217 horsepower.