Disney has released another character turn-around from the upcoming Cars 2 movie. This animated look at Carla Veloso gives you a great look at the Brazilian car.

Carla Veloso

World Grand Prix contender Carla Veloso hails from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. The sweet but powerful Latin diva can dance the night away at “Car-nival,” but spends most of her time on the racetrack. After setting a new track record at the local Interlagos circuit, she was drafted to join the 24-hour endurance racing team in Europe, where she posted a consistent series of podium finishes. In the World Grand Prix, the proud Brazilian Le Motor Prototype racer is the only female in the field, and Carla is ready to prove to the world that #8 is there to win for her home country.

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  1. January 26, 2011 at 9:57 am — Reply

    I’ll be watching the movie just for the ‘Brazilian Wax’ joke that’s bound to be in there somewhere.

  2. Eye-Roller Lass
    January 26, 2011 at 9:57 am — Reply

    Ah, Disney, you and your adorably cringeworthy racial stereotypes. Of course she’s flirty and greets everyone by shaking her round little rear. That’s like, the traditional salute in Brazil, right? Well, they can kiss my big fat brazilian a**!

    Back to your scheduled “wax job” jokes. I have undergarments to unwad.

  3. marlonludo
    January 28, 2011 at 8:07 pm — Reply

    Wonderful! The pixar’s brazil, Interlagos it’s located in an fictional city Rio de jaNIEro (sounds like Rio de Janeiro) and the people speaks spanish as their car will do.

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