MINI Superleggera Vision Concept in official images
The British based automaker MINI has released the first official images with the brand new Superleggera Vision Concept, which has been unveiled over the weekend, at Lake Como, in Italy.
The MINI Superleggera Vision Concept is the company’s newest creation as this has been officially presented to the public during the 2014 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, at Lake Como, Italy, this past weekend. The model in question has been developed with Touring Superleggera and it’s basically a stylish two-seat roadster which is bringing a fresh touch to the BMW owned brand.
“Touring Superleggera and MINI have much in common: both companies attach great importance to their history and this is something which defines their outward appearance to this day. What is more, they both emphasize iconic design and distinctive solutions. These elements are merged in the MINI SuperleggeraTM Vision to create an elegant automobile which interprets a British roadster under the influence of Italian style and hand craftsmanship”, said Adrian van Hooydonk, from BMW.
The MINI Superleggera Vision Concept has received a bespoke Como Blue paint job, along with some hand crafted soft curves, a carbon fiber front splitter, a distinctive rear fin, carbon fiber reinforced plastic side sills, a minimalist cabin equipped with premium leather, an aluminum covered dashboard, a digital instrument cluster, an analog clock, the three-spoke steering wheel along with some other tweaks. No performance specifications have been released but the model in question is an electric vehicle.
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