The third vehicle by M&P Speed Apparel's design team to rethink classic car styling and restoration, the Mini will feature technology by Valor Multimedia including touch screen navigation, blue tooth connectivity, exterior cameras, and a premium sound system.
Wrapped by Daley Visual in special M&P™ Camouflage based on vintage patterns, the car is both understated and audacious, drawing from one of the hottest fashion trends. The car is keeping the classic Mini styling cues of a white roof, mirrors, and hood stripes, but several small design changes will be noticed by Mini enthusiasts.
Performance upgrades, provided by Mini Mania, include a larger carburetor and exhaust header help the 1275cc engine breath.
The custom designed interior will feature had fabricated pieces in matching Camouflage while black leather interior by TMI provides contrast.
The finished car will be revealed at the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, which starts October 30th.
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M&P™ is also currently editing and shooting a series on the build of the car that will be released on YouTube, the introduction video about the project and the web series racked up nearly 50,000 views in the first week.
About M&P Speed Apparel:
M&P Speed Apparel™ was founded by automotive enthusiast Michael Satterfield, who serves as creative director for the company. A leading manufacturer of automotive and motorcycle themed apparel, M&P™ produces licensed historic apparel based on legendary people, places, and events.