Following a teaser released earlier this month, MINI and Roberto Cavalli have unveiled the Life Ball MINI Paceman 2013.
This is the 13th year in a row when MINI donates a special car to the Life Ball for charity purposes. This year's model is a Paceman styled by Roberto Cavalli and all proceedings go to projects for combating AIDS.
Already seen on some of Cavalli's cars is a bespoke iridescent paint which depending on the light shimmers between black and brown. Other noticeable changes include a large Cavalli logo on the roof and also his signature on the door. Roof and wheels are gold-painted, just like the headlight/taillight surrounds, grill frame and mirror cases.
Inside it gets a black look with contrasting gilded elements like decorative stitching for the leather seats, air vents and the speedometer surround. The sun visors and headrests also show Cavalli's logo, while animal prints can be noticed on some of the instruments and steering wheel.