Indigenous artist Kiewa Tya Austin-Rioli is behind the new-look design of the #22 Coca-Cola No Sugar PremiAir Racing Supercar
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Australia, together with PremiAir Racing, has unveiled the livery of the #22 Coca-Cola No Sugar Commodore that will hit the circuit at the Darwin Triple Crown this weekend. The landmark event is the first ever official Indigenous Round for the Repco Supercars Championship.
The livery has been designed by Kiewa Tya Austin-Rioli, a proud Gunditjmara and Tiwi Islander woman who owns and runs the Sweet Water Art design studio.
In creating the artwork, Kiewa has strived to represent the unity of Aboriginal people across Australia, depicting connections with family, cultural ways and through the land and songlines.
Jarrad Mortimer, Director of Sales – On The Go, is looking forward to seeing the bespoke livery on the circuit:
“We’re extremely proud to use the power of the Coca-Cola brand to shine a light on an incredibly talented young artist this Indigenous Round. Kiewa’s high-impact livery design completely reimagines Coca-Cola’s iconic logo whilst honouring her connection to country.”
In addition to being the naming rights sponsor for PremiAir Racing, CCEP is also a proud sponsor of the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship and supplies its brands to spectators at all races in the series, with pouring and sponsorship rights across non-alcoholic categories.