The Infiniti 'Carigami' is the perfect petrolhead way to cure boredom
And it's free!
Infiniti, luxury division of Nissan mostly active in North America, has recently presented the "Carigami", inspired by the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, as part of the brand's "Park It Now" campaign to combat to ongoing global emergency. And the best part about it is: it's free.
You can go online and download the Origami-style designs and then you can print them and build them. Three different templates are available for the Q50, the QX80 and the FX crossover, and, once you've built them, you're going to have a paper version of the actual car in 1:27 scale.
Phil York, General Manager of Infiniti Global Brand and Marketing, says they wanted to "develop something that will help ease the boredom, while also having a bit of fun." These templates can be downloaded at www.INFINITI.com /headlines/carigami and users are encouraged to share their Carigamis on social media using the #ParkItNow and #Carigami hashtags.
Starting with the Q50, the QX80 and the FX Carigami model templates will be progressively available to download via www.infiniti.com/headlines/carigami. Users are encouraged to upload images of their efforts to social media with the hashtags #ParkitforNow #Carigami.