The British based carmaker MINI hasn’t entirely dropped the idea of putting the Superleggera Vision Concept into production, yet.
The development of a production version of the impressive MINI Superleggera Vision Concept is not what we can call new but in the meantime, the idea seems to have dropped as the company was focused on the development of newer models. During an recent interview with the guys from Autocar, Peter Schwarzenbauer, the BMW board member, said that the one-off vehicle has received a positive reaction but the officials still haven’t given it the green light.
As the future of the MINI Superleggera Vision Concept is still uncertain at this time, we can remind you that the one-off car has first seen daylight during the 2014 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, at Lake Como, in Italy. The vehicle has a completely new body style, hand crafted soft curves, carbon fiber reinforced plastic side sills, a distinctive rear fin and more. As far as the cabin goes, this is getting a minimalistic design, aluminum covered dashboard, premium leather, a digital instrument cluster, a 3-spoke steering wheel and other. The production version of the model is expected to be priced at around 35,000 euros.