27 de maio de 2013

Roberto Cavalli joined Mini, and created a special Paceman for the 2013 Life Ball


Life Ball is one of the biggest charity events in the world and possibly the biggest in Europe. It is organized by the nonprofit organization AIDS LIFE to help support people with with HIV or AIDS, and takes place in Vienna, Austria, since 1993. This is the thirteenth consecutive year that Mini supports this event with by donating a car.

The well known fashion designer added a flamboyant paintwork to this Mini Paceman that uses a special iridescent paint that shimmers between black and brown depending on the incidence of light. But the most obvious, and distinctive parts are the ones painted gold, like the wheels and the roof. The interior follows the same color scheme.

This one-off car was sold for 150,000 Euros ($192,250 or £126,500), meaning that money will go to projects helping to fight HIV/AIDS.

Source: BMW