In the fall of 2015, Fiat Chrysler debuted its all-new Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde performance sedan and this year followed the unveiling up by debuting its all-new performance crossover based on the same platform, the Stelvio Quadrifoglio Verde.
The celebrate the launch of the new vehicle, Alfa Romeo popped up a massive Stelvio QV mural on the side of a building in Los Angeles. The automaker didn’t cheat and plaster a pre-printed vinyl on a wall, however. This creation is like an Italian Da Vinci – it’s painted entirely by hand.
It probably wasn’t easy or cheap for Alfa to have a team of professional artists paint a huge mural on the side of an office building, but in Los Angeles, where the crossover and the performance car are both hot commodities, it’s probably money well spent.
Check out the time lapse of the painting’s progress embedded above.