MINI Remastered to Launch in UK at The London Motor Show
Completely handbuilt using traditional coachbuilding techniques at new Silverstone-based HQ in UK
Remastered from the ground up, each Mini Remastered is handbuilt in the UK using traditional coachbuilding methods, and takes up to 1,000 man hours to create. The exterior shape has been refined and visually softened by de-seaming the silhouette, additional support has also been added through bespoke beams and additional struts for rigidity.
Furthermore, the engine and gearbox have been fully refurbished and we are are able to offer up to 50% extra power output from the original unit, giving enhanced driving dynamics.
Showcased within the Luxury Cars Hall, visitors to The London Motor Show will be the very first in the UK to see the all-new Mini Remastered by David Brown Automotive in the metal, in special edition ‘Inspired by Café Racers’ specification. Alongside the latest Mini Remastered model, we will also be showcasing our debut model Speedback GT finished in 'Ruby Tuesday'.
With over 237 developments since the prototype’s launch in 2014, the MY17 Speedback GT combines the style of a classic grand tourer with modern engineering, technology and conveniences. Much like Mini Remastered, each car is created with traditional coachbuilding techniques and each limited-edition Speedback GT is commissioned by the individual and handbuilt to order � a process that takes over 88,000 man hours.
Find out more about The London Motor Show 2017 in the link below: https://thelondonmotorshow.co.uk/
Or, to find out more about Mini Remastered, please follow the link below: www.davidbrownautomotive.com/mini-remastered