Automakers from around the world should take note of Renault's new 'Cabinet of Curiosities.' Renault is celebrating the new look of their 2012 Twingo by holding an impromptu art exhibit along the Champs-Elysées. The exhibit consists of four Twingos each given an interior makeover by famous European celebrities.
Italian chef Davide Scabin gave his Twingo a foodie makeover, covering the seats in pasta. French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac created what is the best art Twingo (in my opinion), putting a purple chair in place of the driver's seat and gilding the steering wheel and shifter. Entrepreneur and singer Nicola Roberts put a recording studio in the back of her Twingo and German designer Nils Holger Moormann put a cozy library in his.