With its invigorated special editions, Mini goes distinctly back to the Austin Seven. The Seven, codenamed after the original Austin, is believed to be the first supreme shot in the game, based on the renewed third-gen stunning Hardtop. The fresh package will be available on both 2-and-4-door variants as well as the well-known Cooper and Cooper S versions. Same goes to the popular Morris Mini Minor model. However, the brand-new Special Editions could boast a fantastically wide variety of options – this applies especially to paint colors and upholstery trims.
Although the prices for the packages have not been revealed, yet customers will opt for the broadest packs of options. First of all, the standard features boggle the mind. Choosing the Seven, a surely upscale clientele gets a spectacular panoramic sunroof, two-toned 17-inch alloys, auto-dimming mirrors, heated front seats and a 6.5-inch Connected System on-board. The latter is also available as the larger 8.8-inch Connected XL version additionally, alongside with the adaptive dampers. The widest array of options deals with upholsteries and colors, though. Four dramatic color schemes in blue, white, black and green are standard, with branded paint variants. Inside the car, owners can opt for straight leather or fabric upholstery, including the unique Diamond Malt Brown, designed specifically for the Seven model.