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Striking livery for Coppin’s new ARC challenger

Optus adorns both sides of the car. Photo: Arron Wishart

Adrian Coppin has released the livery for his Peugeot 208 AP4 ahead of the first round of the CAMS Australian Rally Championship next weekend.

Coppin released images of the striking new look on his Facebook page this morning.

Featuring key backing from Optus and Castrol, the Race Torque run car looks the part.

The photos of Coppin’s car look stunning. Photo: Aaron Wishart

Coppin thanked his longtime supporters, Autografika, for their work, and it ensures another fantastic looking rally car set to hit the forests of Ballarat in eight days time.

The car’s roof also features a glow in the dark decal of Optus’ ‘yes’ slogan.

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