Mini unveiled the Superleggera Vision Concept during this year Concorso d`Elleganza Villa d`Este. The prototype was co-developed with Touring Superleggera and its a two seat roadster with minimalist design.
Featuring large wheelarches, the new MINI concept is defined with bonnet stripes that are three-dimensionally embossed and run on into polished aluminum. The front is characterised by a horizontal look of the radiator grille that it is closed being a discreet indication of the car’s electric powertrain.
The two fog lights echo the circular contours of the headlamps. The air inlets are also circular. A flat front splitter made of carbon fiber closes rounds up the package. The body is hand-crafted and was dressed in exclusive Como Blue paint. The designers also used carbon fiber for the front splitter or CFRP for the side sills.
The simple design is also found inside, where you can find leather upholstery, three spoke steering wheel, analog clock, aluminium dashboard, digital instrument cluster and Union-Jack structural elements.
BMW said that the new Mini Superleggera Vision Concept uses an electric motor instead of a conventional one, but refused to offer further details.