“When MINI contacted us to co-create a car, it was unexpected, but exciting,” explains Coralie Barbier, stylist of the collective and wife of musician Stromae.
"It is an iconic brand with a rich heritage, and the launch of an electric model stuck with our eco-responsible approach".
Externally, we recognize the Mini Electric mosart Edition by its British racing green paint (normally available on the Mini Electric) and its green or yellow tartan roof.
This car, the Mosaert collective wanted to be easy to handle on a daily basis.
Besides, a collection of 18 car-inspired clothes is also launched at the same time.
The Mini Electric mosaert Edition will only be produced in 400 copies for certain European markets, including 120 for France.
It will be charged € 41,800 excluding bonus, barely € 300 more than the high-end finish on which it is based.
Not bad, for a potential collector.
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