Seat and Cosmopolitan have joined forces to create a chic Mii special edition primarily targeting women.

A sister model of the Volkswagen up! and Skoda Citigo, the Seat Mii is now available in a more girly edition created in collaboration with the international fashion magazine Cosmopolitan. Although honestly it doesn’t look all that different compared to the regular model, the special edition represents the end result of no less than 18 months of work to create “the perfect ride for confident, independent, active young women who are really going places.”

Seat is going to sell this chic version of the Mii in both three- and five-door body styles from early 2017 and will give buyers the opportunity to pick either a Violetto or a Candy White paint. Regardless of selected hue, the A-segment model will feature champagne-toned bismuth details inside and out, along with bi-color wheels and an “eyeliner” shape for the headlights.

To further set it apart from the regular model, Seat and Cosmopolitan have upholstered the seats in Alcantara and have given the headliner a dark finish in a bid to evoke a “sense of glamour,” so they say. Rounding off the tweaks are the matte chrome interior details and aluminum strips in the front foot wells featuring “COSMOPOLITANlovesMii” lettering.

Power will be provided by a three-cylinder, 1.0-liter gasoline engine with 60 hp sent to the road via a five-speed manual transmission. A slightly punchier 75-hp version of the same engine can be had with the manual or an optional five-speed automatic at an additional cost. Should you want something more frugal, Seat will sell the Mii by Cosmopolitan with a 68-hp 1.0-liter engine capable of running on compressed natural gas (CNG) and linked exclusively to a five-speed manual.

The cute city car made its debut earlier this week during Cosmopolitan’s #FashFest event organized in London and is now heading to the Paris Motor Show where it will be on display starting with the end of the month. Chances are it will share the spotlight with the facelifted Leon range due to hit dealerships before the end of the year or the beginning of 2017.

Source: Seat

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