David Brown Automotive has unveiled its Mini Remastered Marshall Edition – a classic Mini reimagined in collaboration with the iconic audio equipment brand Marshall Amplification – in Paris, making its European debut.
The modernized take on the classic Mini – conceived to commemorate Marshall Amplification’s 60th anniversary – will be on show until 12th December in the Citadium complex, bringing timeless British style, and considerable rock and roll appeal, to the French capital.
The cutting-edge, boutique space – home to a carefully curated selection of internationally renowned luxury and fashion brands – will play host to this 21st-century take on a classic Mini, which is on the show to the public for the very first time.
Launched to great fanfare earlier this year, Mini Remastered Marshall Edition is handcrafted alongside other Mini Remastered variants, as well as the Speedback grand-tourer range, at David Brown Automotive’s state-of-the-art facility in Silverstone, UK.
Each David Brown Automotive Mini Remastered is painstakingly hand-built over thousands of hours, re-engineered from the ground up
using a new shell; it’s a classic Mini reimagined for the 21st century, enhanced with a sumptuously trimmed interior and comprehensively remastered mechanicals.
Mini Remastered Marshall Edition is distinguished from the core Mini Remastered range by a unique colour, materials, and finishes – all inspired by the styling of Marshall’s iconic products, as well as an amazing Marshall 8-speaker sound system and pull-out amp in the loadspace.
The special colour scheme to Mini Remastered Marshall Edition is unique to the limited run machines, finished in exclusive ‘Marshall Black’ paint, which is complemented by dark-chrome exterior brightwork, offset by contrasting ‘Marshall Gold’ painted accents.
Mini Remastered Marshall Edition is also packed with unique audio equipment features, developed in partnership between David Brown Automotive and the engineers at Marshall. Mini Remastered Marshall Edition’s special features include a meaningfully upgraded in-car sound system, as well as a bespoke Marshall DSL1 Combo amplifier neatly integrated into the Mini’s leather-lined luggage compartment.
Just 60 of these ultra-exclusive, thoroughly modernized classic Minis will be produced, with a share of the proceeds from each sale going to the Music Venue Trust, a charity helping independent music venues around the UK recover after the disruption of the Coronavirus pandemic.