Petrov Trunkov (née Oilski) is a rusty old Trunkov.
Petrov can be seen in the army of lemons at the Oil Rig. Concept art shows a light green Trunkov, that appears to be Petrov, in the airport chase scene. However, the car in question does not appear in the final movie, and seems to have been replaced by Grem as the operator of the Lemon's camera at Porto Corsa. This evidence suggests Petrov was originally meant to be a major henchman, similar to Acer and Grem.
Petrov is painted light green, with a rusty bumper and lower bottom indicators. His rims are brown and rusty, as well his headlights, and the rest of his body.
He is modeled after a ZAZ-968 Zaporozhets with one adjustment: the letter T on his front bumper which stands for his last name; Trunkov.
According to his diecast, his license plate is 19-71 SMK, the same of Vladimir Trunkov and a black Trunkov.
- Petrov hails from a tiny village on the Baltic Sea where temperatures in winter drop down to a frigid -10°C. And if that's not enough, the salty air and rocky roadways have irreversibly corroded his body panels. But Petrov really doesn't mind. In fact, he likes his engine air very cool, and thinks the bubbling rust makes him look more 'mileage mature'. Add the fact that he carries most of his weight in his rear-end and it's a wonder he doesn't break in half when the going gets rough.
- Concept art reveals that Petrov was originally going to be one of the main two lemons (with Acer), but was later replaced with Grem.
- His name varies (incorrectly) in merchandise: Zapor, Petrov Oilski (shown by the Geotrax toy version of him), and Trunkov.
- It is revealed in the Cars Magazines that he is known to be very dangerous.
- His color and model look similar to a skull.
- He has a Latin letter S in his license plate, however, it's can be only Russian letters in Soviet license plate type.
- He has a short cameo in World Grand Prix Races game.
Names in other languages
- Polish: Żenia Zażiguli