A new canvas for designers and artists has been created in the DESIGN Canberra festival car wrap competition.
With thanks to our founding platinum partner, Canberra BMW, these four cars will be featured throughout the 2021 festival, sporting the winning car wrap designs from our competition.
The BMW 3 Series Sedan M Models combine powerful proportions and distinctive four-door 3-box design with the sportiness typical of M. Leading the quartet of bold characters is the BMW M3 Competition Sedan with its impressive 375kW of power and 650 Nm of torque.
Car wrap category: Garden City (University students)
The BMW X2 M35i is a car loved by families and car enthusiasts alike as it perfectly combines performance and practicality, luxury and functionality, style and safety. This M performance model hugs the road thanks to its sharpened design and powerful proportions.
Car wrap category: Art in the city (School students)
Uncompromisingly non-conformist: the new BMW 4 Series Coupé sets itself resolutely and elegantly beyond all existing conventions. The independent design and the classic coupé silhouette reference icons while at the same underlining its progressive character. The sporty lightness transfers seamlessly onto the road, where impressive agility and eye-catching performance send adrenaline levels soaring.
Car wrap category: Designer Makers (Craft ACT members)
Designed for environmentally conscious owners, the BMW 330e plug-in hybrid is perfect for urban environments and has a quiet electric engine for use up to 60 km range. Acceleration and performance is still what you expect from a sporty BMW 3 Series sedan, winner of the 2021 Drive Car of the Year for Best Medium Luxury Car. With excellent roadholding, sporty handling and high agility, the new BMW 330e takes electric driving dynamics to a new level.
Car wrap category: Mid-Century Mecca (Open)
The DESIGN Canberra car wrap competition is open until 19 September. Find out more here.
The 2021 car wrap competition is proudly presented in partnership with Canberra BMW, the University of Canberra, ROJO Customs and Lake George Winery.