Unique Mini Paceman, for whose appearance is credited fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, has been sold for $195,000 at auction during this years 21 edition of “Life Ball” event in Vienna, the largest HIV/AIDS charity event in Europe.
Mini Paceman by Roberto Cavalli, among others, boasts Cavalli logo on the roof, Cavalli’s signature on the door, in gold elements are roof, wheels, mirrors, frames, lights, and modified leather interior. As the base is normally served Cooper S version with turbo engine who developing 135 kW/184Hp.
As a reminder, in last year’s Life Ball event, which also took place in Vienna, a unique Mini Roadster in Deepest Purple matt, was sold for $70,000.
Mini says that the largest European charity event, the Life Ball, as always unites tradition points with glitz and glamor, with the aim to send the message on behalf of the fight against HIV/AIDS.
In previous years, the Life Ball Mini models are created by international fashion designers, and last year to the members of the Life Ball Mini designers also joined the Franca Sozzani, editor of Italian Vogue and UN Goodwill Ambassador for Fashion 4 Development.