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Car Coloring Pages: Toyota Supra, Ferrari F40, Nissan GT-R, McLaren 720S, Lamborghini Huracan Free Downloads

Free printable coloring pages to help your kids pass the time during stay-at-home orders.

Sam Du
Apr 22, 2020
illustrator: Jon Sibal

Shelter in place, wash your hands, don't touch your face, sports are postponed, school's out... Is 2020 officially over? After a month of the Coronavirus stay-at-home order in Los Angeles, there's still no timeline on when this whole thing will blow over. We understand health and safety is first and foremost, but we can't wait for event season to start, car meets to happen and, not to mention, being able to go see our family and friends again like we used to. In the meantime, we're still doing our best to keep the passion for car culture alive and well, which includes pumping out regular features on superstreetonline.com, and also finding ways to keep our spirits high.

A few other things to do while waiting this out:

A few weeks ago, several folks celebrated National Crayon Day (apparently that's an observed holiday) with artists from all over designing and offering free coloring page printouts for kids (and adults). One of the artists taking part was Jon Sibal, and we're happy to share his designs which are posted below in the gallery and are readily available to download.

Jon Sibal Coloring Pages Sam Du Supra Photo 20/20   |   Car Coloring Pages: Toyota Supra, Ferrari F40, Nissan GT-R, McLaren 720S, Lamborghini Huracan Free Downloads

Among his designs you'll find our very own Super Street Toyota Supra based on the magazine cover that almost went to print. There's also a widebody Nissan R32 GT-R, Ferrari F40, McLaren 720S GT3 and Lamborghini Huracan Performante. So, if you or your little ones are looking for something fun to do while indoors, break out the crayons and colored pencils, and give it a go (my three little nieces gave it a go and I've included their colored pages!) Be sure to show us the final product and who knows, maybe, we'll have some prizes for the best (contact me via Instagram if you've completed one)! Stay safe and good luck!

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