Why Lola, le Pink Figaro, is a true lifestyle icon.
It’s like a tinplate toy made real.
Lola may seem British with her classic round lamps, curvy lines, and folding roof but Figaros were actually showcased by Nissan at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show under the banner Back to the Future.
A timeless retro roadster from Japan, all with ivory interiors, Lola and its eye-catching aesthetics were inspired by the 1935 Datsun Roadster & the Art Deco Era.
The girl with the pink car & visual storyteller Bei Na Wei certainly found in the customization universe the perfect tools to convey her own personality.
With the timelessness of a model straight from the '80s, The Pike Factory model is well appointed with leather seats that transcend ages, a CD player – hot stuff in the '90s – combined with a radio and a cassette tape player, electric windows, and air conditioning.
Past and future are now aligned to transmit both nostalgia and authenticity, and that's why the vibrant vehicle is anything but ordinary.
Bei truly lives her best life with Le Pink Figaro, the adventures on Paris streets, photoshoots, a background for selfies, and even a feature with Megan Hess — the apparel illustrator that got Chanel & Dior on her back — are more than enough for the car to be a true lifestyle icon.
Wanna dive into the wheels of the future? Here you go.