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The matt finish will only be available on a handful of cars, as the process to create the distinctive paint is heavily labour intensive.
According to the BMW Group, the creation of the Frozen Black colouring not only involves highly innovative practices, but also top levels of manual craftmanship.
The new paintwork gives the MINI just a little extra edge and attitude, rather than the quirky aesthetic we have become so used to over the years.
Drivers will have to take extra special car of the desirable paint job though. Although it is resistant to the elements and automatic car washes, MINI has warned motorists not to use wax or polish on the vehicles, as this will create an unwanted gloss effect.
Matt cars are becoming more and more desirable for car owners and the all new Frozen Black MINI is sure to be a more than a cool addition to any garage or driveway.
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