|Appeared in:||Cars 2|
- Darrell Cartrip: "There's smoke on the casino bridge!"
David Hobbscap: "Oh, no!"
Brent Mustangburger: "It's Carla Veloso, the Brazilian race car!"
- —The announcers after Carla Veloso's engine gets blown up.
Carla Veloso is a character in Cars 2.
Carla hails from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where she’s been known to dance the night away at the famous ‘CAR-nival’ but nothing makes her happier than being on the racetrack. Carla was drafted into the 24-hour endurance racing team in Europe after setting a new track record on her local circuit. Now, in the World Grand Prix, this proud Brazilian Le Motor Prototype racer, wearing #8, is the only female in the field.
She is about the only female in the World Grand Prix. She is seen in all three races and also in the one at Radiator Springs. In the Tokyo race, she finishes in 3rd place. In the Italy race she is the first car hit by the lemons's radiation beam. She gets fixed though and gets back up to race. In London, her pit was next to Jeff Gorvette's pit on the left. She has no lines in the film.
- Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Top Speed: 206 mph
- Zero – 60 mph: 2.8 seconds
- Engine Type: 5.5-liter twin turbo diesel V-12
- Horsepower: 725
- Carla's pit crew chief is Cruz Besouro.
- In the Brazilian version of Cars 2, Carla replaces Jeff Gorvette and becomes the car Lightning McQueen meets along with Lewis Hamilton at the World Grand Prix opening party. Her performer is the singer Claudia Leitte.
- Carla speaks in Cars 2: The Video Game.
- Carla Veloso was first supposed to be named Sonia Santana.
- Coincidentally, she is also #8 in the Cars 2 Die-Cast Line number listing.
- In Kinect Rush: A Disney/Pixar Adventure, the player as a car is the same model as Carla Veloso if the player is a female.
- She is modeled after a Peugeot Type-908 FA Le Mons Prototype.