German wrapping expert Cam Shaft released details of their latest project. It is based on a Mini Cooper S, which they call a Bavarian-Briton as it is a British car made by BMW, tweaked by Cam Shaft’s partner PP-Performance. As always, it is not an ordinary wrap, but rather a statement through graphics.
The films used to wrap the Mini Cooper S by Cam Shaft come from Bruxsafol and consist of glossy and pearl effects in orange and black, all garnished with exclusive stripes, graphics logos, and lettering. No wonder then it costs 1,900 Euros.
As for the technicalities, PP-Performance has taken care of that, fitting the Cooper S with sport ECU map, modified air inlet with sports air filter, and complete sport exhaust system. These changes will increase the output of the engine from 184 to 240 PS.
To help the little hatchback cope with the extra oomph, the tuners have also installed KW coilovers V2 and a set of 17-inch ATS aluminum wheels finished in glossy black, and wrapped with Toyo semi slicks tires 215/45 all around.