Mini and Italian designer Roberto Cavalli have unveiled their unique Paceman at the Vienna Life Ball AIDS charity event. The special Paceman is painted in a special color that uses an iridescent paint. Thanks to this paint, the exterior glows from black to brown depending on the incidence of light. 

On the roof you can see the Cavalli logo along with his signature on the doors. The rims, mirror cases, headlight and taillights surrounding are painted with some special gold color. 

Inside the cabin, all is black. It has some contrasting elements such as the stitching on the leather seats, the Mini speedometer surround and the air vents. Roberto Cavalli also added his hallmark animal print on the leather steering wheel and some parts of the board instrument. 

"This MINI was an exciting and wonderful project for me. It gave me the opportunity to be creative and finally use something very special, which I have personally invented and already used for years for my own vehicles: it is a unique iridescent paint which changes color depending on the way the light illuminates the pigments", says Roberto Cavalli.

Source: Carscoop