The MINI Paceman personalized by the famous Roberto Cavalli has been sold for a whopping 150,000 euros. Proceeds will go towards combating AIDS.
The 13th consecutive year when MINI is donating a model to the Life Ball organization meant the selling of the vehicle for an impressive 150,000 euros. The model in question was a Paceman which was personalized by the famous designer Roberto Cavalli. The MINI Paceman signed by Cavalli was auctioned at the 21st Life Ball charity event in Vienna, at the Hofburg Palace, after back in 2012, a MINI Roadster Cooper S personalized by the Italian Vogue magazine managed to raise 54,000 euros.
The model in question is finished in a shade used by Cavalli on his own cars, a combination between black and brown, with gold wheels and a gold roof. The model is also getting the Cavalli logos on the roof, on the headrests and some other tweaks, which will help it stand out in the crowd. MINI has become the official partner of the Life Ball charity event back in 2013 and over the years, the company has collaborated with large names from the fashion industry, like Donatella Versace, Diesel or Dsquared.