To celebrate its centenary, Chevrolet has turned to design label Quinze & Milan to design a bespoke seven-seat Orlando to display at the Superbrands London Festival at the end of the month.
The Quinze & Milan Chevrolet Orlando only features changes to the colour scheme of the car and does not affect the big, chunky design of the vast seven-seater.
The car, originally a grey model, now features eye-catching yellow panels on the bonnet and white and orange doors with a fade effect on the door pillars.
Inside the bold use of colour continues with bright aqua seats and, to showcase the space and versatility of the Orlando, piles of coloured cubes take up the majority of the interior.
Quinze & Milan used a product called QM Foam to coat the panels and interior of the car and it is this which will be showcased at the festival at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane from September 22nd.
The one-off Chevrolet Orlando will not be sold to UK customers but the full range of standard models is currently on sale in UK dealerships.
This includes entry-level Orlando LS models, which comes with air conditioning, a radioCD player with MP3 compatibility, electric front windows and Electronic Stability Control as standard for a starting price of just £16,410.
The Orlando LT builds on the LS specification with the addition of rear parking sensors, USB connectivity and some leather highlights to the steering wheel. On the outside, 16″ alloy wheels and front fog lights are added – all for just £17,510.
At the top of the range, the Orlando LTZ adds larger alloys, rain sensing wipers and automatic headlights. It also comes with cruise control and power folding door mirrors. Chevrolet Orlando LTZ prices start from £18,310.