Get Creative: How Car Brands are Helping Boost Creativity at Home

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The kids are home, there’s more downtime than usual, what to do?

Time to get the crayons out and get creative! For many years, coloring pages have been a fun activity for both kids and adults. Thankfully for us car enthusiasts, car brands are providing free coloring pages. Here are some of our favorites.

Related: Crafts for Kids (Yes, You Can Do Them in the Car)


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Let’s Get Creative!


Print out Hemmings printable classic car coloring pages and enjoy some alone time or share with the kids. These coloring pages are based on images that appeared in Hemmings Muscle MachinesHemmings Classic Car, and Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car over the years. To access the pages, click on the PDF link and print. After you’re done, you can also post your works of art to their website and request any other cars you’d like to see on coloring pages.

Coloring Pages

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Coloring pages and educational pages (like word searches and connect the dots) are available for printing from Ford. They even offer Ford Learning Sessions. Color mustangs, classic cars, and more.

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Toyota sent out coloring kits to employees and friends like the one pictured above. But you can still get some cool ones, here.


? Audi


Audi has its own coloring book, Audi Collection, and is offering it free of charge. You can download and print the PDF version, print, and color at home.

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? Chevrolet on Pinterest


Head over to Chevy’s Pinterest and grab more coloring fun! You’ll find plenty of trucks and fun cars to color.

Coloring Pages Lexus

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Lexus has created some coloring pages of the Lexus LC 500 sports coupe. Artists are encouraged to share their completed work with Lexus via social media by tagging them. You can color your dream race car with the Lexus LC 500 Super GT or the LC road car.

Ready, Set, Create!

There are so many good ones out there and we couldn’t be more excited about these cool coloring pages. Drawing at the dining table was always a fun pastime I personally had with my dad and brother growing up. He could draw anything and taught us a lot about shading and light. When we’d color, he taught us to do so perfectly and within the lines- fast forward, my little artist loves to color outside the lines! And though it challenges my OCD a bit, I love spending time with my her creating artwork. If there’s anything this time has given us it’s more time with our loved ones and I’m not so mad about that ♥️




Lillie Morales is an entrepreneur mama- writer, photographer, and an Editor at She loves fast, pretty cars- ones... More about Lillie Morales