There's a one-of-a-kind Mini electric by Paul Smith that shows off a balance of style and sustainability thanks to the use of recycled plastics and cork. The one-off Mini Strip is a custom-made car that boasts details like a panoramic roof made from recycled and recyclable light Perspex, and it has an interior design that's completely free from leather and chrome. Instead, the seats feature reusable knitted fabric. The car's dashboard makes the most of salvaged cork, the seatbelts are actually repurposed climbing rope and the floor mats give new life to recycled rubber.
This reimagined version of the iconic Mini has the potential to inspire new possibilities for the future and its design sets itself apart with a certain rawness that makes it stand out from classic versions of the design.