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New MINI EV Will Employ Three-Door Hardtop, Arrive in 2019

Expected to come in 2019, a pure-electric Mini Cooper version may have around 300-miles range on a single charge and will apparently use a three-door hardtop version. In such a way, BMW Group is likely going to electrify its brands’ lineups. The all-electric Mini (the production name has been known yet) is slated for 2019 to go into production.
Thu, 07/27/2017 - 15:41

Pack in Black: MINI Released a New Design Package

Exclusively to British customers, MINI revealed a special edition trim available in Cooper and Cooper D Clubman variants. Dubbed the Black Pack, the exquisite design package includes a deep black interior trim, black hood stripes, 17-inch gloss Black Net alloy wheels, high-end branded badges for the rear doors, and multi-function steering wheel. No matter diesel or petrol you’ll choose – the Black Pack will be offered for both versions.
Tue, 04/04/2017 - 22:55

Mini Will Reveal its 2018 John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 at Shanghai

Hey, it’s juicy sneak peak by Mini! This compact SUV is claimed to be the Mini’s most powerful hot-hatch model ever, it is a high-performance beastie and it faces a huge pack of steering, braking and safety upgrades. Well, it seems that Mini has worked excellently with its impressive newcomer, the 2018 John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4. The model will reach sales dealers in April and is expected to make its public debut at the forthcoming Shanghai Motor Show.
Wed, 01/18/2017 - 14:45

MINI Reveals the Coupe-Wagon Version, 2016 John Cooper Works Clubman

Waiting for some upgrades? MINI has just got some ones. On Tuesday, the carmaker announced the latest 2016 John Cooper Works Clubman, a wagon version of the previous generation, to appear as an executive car. Pricing has not been published, but the JCW wagon is expected to go for appr.$35,500. If so, it seems like MINI would reduce the executive level vehicles’ pricing.
Wed, 09/21/2016 - 13:03

Italian Beauty: Mini Unveils All4 Scrambler Concept

A rugged-looking concept by Mini of Italy has been unveiled at the 2016 Valentino Park Motor Show. The Italian design team gets inspiration for this cool frozen-toned All4 Scrambler from the BMW R Nine T Scrambler street bike. The result deserves the highest possible praise: the Scrambler soft-roader is considered to be just a concept now. However, clientele’s supporting votes may motive the company for launching the production version.
Fri, 06/10/2016 - 11:45

Mini Seven Goes Back to the Austin

Sat, 05/14/2016 - 14:32