The lightweight runabout reimagines the iconic shape of the city car, tailored to the needs of modern lifestyle. Mint is both highly maneuverable and exhilarating to drive.
The G-Matrix pattern serves a functional purpose on the lower half of the vehicle, used for efficient cooling and airflow circulation around the battery floor; it is also the basis for the Mint Concept’s aerodynamic wheel design.
Finished in Hunter Green matte paint, the Mint Concept beautifully stretches a three-box design to the corners with extremely short front and rear overhangs.
Quad Lamps in front and back stretch
to the corners, to enhance the feeling
of presence and stance, with their
respective top light elements
connecting to form wraparound
The Crest Grille appears as a closed
sculptural element with a slight
opening for the reduced cooling
requirements of the battery pack.
The signature Parabolic Line wraps
around the body of the Mint Concept,
with a sweeping uptick toward the
Like a carefully furnished city dwelling constrained by space requirements, the Mint Concept takes advantage of every cubic inch of its interior. The cozy space for two is made to feel expansive, through the use of lightweight textiles, cognac leather, and mullion-free windows.
The center console, which houses a central control knob,
can be folded, turning the floating front bench into a settee.
Ingress and egress are made easier, thanks to the automatic
swiveling capability of the instrument panel and the bench
The oblong steering wheel is surrounded by six copper
Graphic User Interface (GUI) information screens that call
attention to critical vehicle functions individually.