A special edition of the MINI Paceman designed by Roberto Cavalli will be soon auctioned in Vienna, at the 21st Life Ball charity event.
This is the 13th consecutive year when the British based automaker MINI is donating a model to the Life Ball organization and the newest one is a Paceman, made in collaboration with Italian fashion icon Roberto Cavalli. The model in question is getting a bespoke exterior paint finish, with a custom color which is inspired by the one used by Cavalli on his own cars, a combination between black and brown, depending on the light, with a gold roof and gold wheels.
The model in question also has the Cavalli logos on the roof, on the headrests, the designer’s signature on the door and some other tweaks, which will help it stand out from a crowd. The MINI Paceman by Roberto Cavalli is a unique crossover coupe which will be auctioned off at the charity event at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, during the 21st Life Ball charity event. Proceeds will go towards combating AIDS. Additional details on the model remain unknown for the moment.