Beast of Turin Fiat S76 Illustration Art Print

Beast of Turin

Fiat S76


Built in 1910 by Fiat, the Beast of Turin was designed to beat the land speed record set at the time by the Blitzen Benz. Its 28.5-liter inline-four (the largest car engine ever built) was capable of providing an impressive 300 hp -- enough to propel the car to 116 mph, and a one-mile land speed record, in 1911.




  • Listing is for print only, frame is not included
  • Print measures 11" tall x 17" wide 
  • Hand drawn illustration
  • Giclee print on archival matte paper
  • Rolled and shipped in protective tubes
  • Worldwide shipping available



More “quick and dirty” then polished, they are loose and expressive in style - concerned with capturing the emotion and character of the car as opposed to capturing every exact detail. Suggestive interpretations sketched out in pen ink and marker – no erasing here, any “mistakes” just become part of the image - giving them their own uniqueness and personality.



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