British dealership creates unique pink city car to raise funds for charity.
With the introduction of the Up! city car, Volkswagen was just getting warmed up. A five-door variant followed, and so did rebadged versions for the Skoda and Seat divisions. VW has also showcased a series of concept spin-offs, some of which may yet reach production. But the latest spin on the formula comes from Seat. Created to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research, this one-of-a-kind Seat Mii is called the Miinx and, as you can see, it's decked out (like so many other special editions we've seen in pink.
This unique city car started out as a Mii Sport in metallic black with the 75-horsepower 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine. In addition to the pink gloss vinyl wrap, it's been given smoked headlamps, 15-inch alloys and all the trimmings. It was created by Dales Seat, a dealership in Cornwall, England, and following an outpouring of enthusiasm on Twitter, the dealer plans on offering it to the public to raise money for the cause. Since only one photo was released, but we've assembled a selection of Seat Miis, Skoda Citigos and VW Ups in a variety of other colors for your amusement. (You're welcome.)