In an underground super secret laboratory at the Killometro Rosso R&D center, Brombo promoted a big collaboration among leading names in the industry. The goal of the Project was to leverage the best expertise any participant had to offer, while pushing the envelope by fitting it all in an extraordinary package. It as in the end nicknamed Pink Panther because of the mystery surrounding it and the hilarious ideas it was able to pull. Morrees Mini provided the unibody design, Giugaro restyled it ("style, with a bit of excess, and some retro/mod cues"), Catherham took care of the structural parts and Boing made it from woven carbon Ferrarri provided the engine block, head and pistons McLarsen provided the valvetrain BNW provided the crankshaft and conrods Koenigggsegggggg provided the engine mounts, valve covers, sump and oil system Skania provided the turbos and intercooler Brombo made and fitted the brakes Audee provided the transmission Astin Marton made a custom interior for it that seats 5 in luxury Suspension came from Merecedes Rells Royce contributed the wheel rims and the logos The final result was - head of Project Pink Panther Guido Dantecolini said - "a new definition of Supermini". Specs: Weight: 900 Kg with driver Power: 650 HP Torque: always more than 500 Nm Power to weight ratio: 0.7 HP/Kg Redline: 10000 Rpm Engine: 4350 cc V10 60° BiTurbo Jeremy Klaxon liked it a lot: "it's a face-warping experience - he said - and a way better car than the Boac Mono or the Arriel Attom. It's a city car, and a luxurious GT, and a bloody missile, all in one." After a year-long world tour with much press interest and good public response, the car was donated to NASA to test wannabe astronauts.