BMW 2002 Turbo art


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BMW 2002 Turbo fine car artwork by Petr Pereshivaylov. 

Carefully produced with our giclée process to maximize color accuracy and resolution. At Simply Petrol, we use the highest-quality Hahnemühle fine art paper (315 gsm) with delicate texture and acid-free surface.

Giclée (French for “to spray”) is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed to saturate the fibers of the watercolor paper, resulting in pure, rich color and remarkable detail.



Back in the 60`s Alfa Romeo ruled the affordable sports car segment, creating excellent machines and generating a lot of sales. With 02 series, BMW tried to do the same, and they joined that party rather late but more than spectacular. They decided to drop a KKK supercharger to their M10 engine, pushing its power output up to 170 hp. This is how BMW 2002 Turbo was born in 1973. With its aggressive fenders, ambulance like Turbo tag on the front fascia and broader 13-inch wheels, this car briefly converted into ultimate racer` dream. This is why we are more than happy to share with you this beautiful BMW 2002 Turbo art, created by Petr Pereshivaylov.

This BMW 2002 Turbo art shows boy-racer appeal


In its time the BMW 2002 was very focused and greatly timed product, but there was another 2002 BMW, a faster one. The BMW 2002 Turbo was quick enough to make 0 – 60 mph in less than 7 seconds, and just to remind you, the year was 1973. It was possible mainly because of the KKK supercharger powered by the exhaust gases heated up to 900oC. Let’s talk about melting pipes!

Just 1672 of the 02 Turbo were produced due to the `70s oil crisis that killed so many great cars. Due to its limited run made the car extremely rare and desired by BMW collectors. As for 2018, its current pricing is about $100K, still way more expensive than any other brand new M3. For a price tag like this, you`ll obtain the second BMW M car, the first “mass” production BMW with a turbo and huge turbo lag, eager to kick your kidneys when the vehicle is ready for rpm assault.

Now you can own a piece of its story through this BMW 2002 Turbo art, beautifully created by Petr Petreshivaylov and carefully issued by Simply Petrol.


Born and raised in Moscow, Petr Pereshivaylov is Russian transportation designer professionally engaged in automotive painting. He is into cars and drawing since a kid who now is reputable automotive artist. Pereshivaylov prefers to create his #finecarart using oil and canvas. Petr has extremely interesting approach in capturing and transferring motion on his artworks. Some of his paintings are held in private collections, others you can find at the pages of reputable automotive magazines.

At Simply Petrol we are really proud and happy to give you an access to his stunning artworks. Enjoy!


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Additional information


Large – 37.4 x 19.7 inches | 95 x 50 cm, Medium – 31.5 x 17.7 inches | 80 x 45 cm, Small – 23.6 x 12.2 inches | 60 x 31 cm

Your art print

1. Framing

A frame is not included. Your #finecarart print deserves frame of its own that fits best to the environment you`d like to place it.

2. Shipping

You can choose between STANDARD and EXPRESS delivery. Visit our Shipping page to check out the delivery options in order to pick what fits your needs. You`ll find shortcut at the footer section of Simply Petrol.

3. Packaging

Your #finecarart print will be laid between two sheets of archival paper. They are pH neutral (i.e. between 7 and 8.5) and will therefore have no chemical interaction with any objects it contacts. The #finecarart print will be rolled with the help of a smaller tube and will be packed in a reasonably heavy mailing tube with secure end caps. The tube will be taped around the end caps to ensure a tight seal.

4. Care

In order to preserve this piece of #finecarart at its best, keep the print away from fluorescent lighting and direct sunlight and from areas with high humidity, and at normal room temperature between 18 – 23 °C // 64 – 73 °F.

 : Petr Pereshivaylov
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