Car or Rolling Art Deco?

Sep 4, 2015

Sleek automotive design and creative painting will come together when the DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor convertible rolls out at the Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance Sept. 20 at the Los Verdes Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

Each of the 25 cars in the planned limited edition DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor series features original artwork by Zen Master Lee Sun-Don in the Great Treasure Gate collection. The original oil painting that has been meticulously transferred to the Vicci using gold leaf and brilliant colors is called Development Unbound.

“We were delighted to receive the invitation from the Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance to use their venue for introducing the Vicci 6.2 to Southern California,” noted Sir Alfred J. DiMora, owner of DiMora Motorcar. “Every Concours d’Elegance pays tribute to great cars of the past, lovingly preserved for posterity. The design of the Vicci 6.2 honors the Art Deco movement of the 1930s, and Master Lee’s artwork sets a new standard for the future collaboration of artists with automakers.”

But the Vicci 6.2 Emperor isn’t just show. The powerful 430-hp vehicle features lightweight DFD carbon construction, hand-built in North America with the finest appointments.

“DiMora’ Vicci 6.2 is truly rolling art at its finest,” added Ray Johnson, the 2015 Palos Verdes Concours chairman. “We know that it will be a tremendous asset to this year’s show for our attendees, because never before have a car company and artist come together in such a unique and monumental way.”