Remember that eye-popping Disco Volante from a few months ago? Well, it’s got a little brother now – the Mini Superleggera Vision.

Built by Italian coachbuilder Touring, this bold Mini concept deviates a bit further from the typical Mini Cooper crop than we’re used to, however it seems to tick every box. The headlights and front fascia are unequivocally Mini, as are its pint-sized dimensions and British styling cues (there are Union Jacks in the taillights).

The Superleggera struts the traditional roadster layout, with a longer front hood and a slightly tucked rear end. Inside, the cabin is an amalgam of discreet leather upholstery and crisp aluminum trim. And at the back, the addition of the rear fin provides some backbone for the design, which begs the question, “why don’t all roadsters have fins?”

Interestingly, power comes from an all-electric drivetrain, which hasn’t been elaborated on at all. Mini is showing the car at this weekend’s Concours d’Elegance at Italy’s Villa d’Este, and we really hope they put this one into production.

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[via Autoblog]