The new original MINI. There’s been three generations of the iconic MINI 3-door Hatch since its launch in 2001. Every one of them embodied low-centre-of-gravity handling, exhilarating go-kart feel and packed with innovative technology, options and personalisation opportunities.
The original style icon – reimagined for exploring the city with your friends in tow. Originally launched in 2014, it mixes trademark MINI attitude with more doors, more head space and more leg room than the 3-door Hatch, without losing any of the renowned driving dynamics and go-kart handling.
Three generations of MINI Convertible have offered open-top driving adventures for those who like to feel the wind in their hair. The only premium soft-top with four seats, all generations offer trademark MINI handling and performance as well as the expected high level of standard and optional equipment.
The first generation MINI Clubman offered more space than its 3-door Hatch cousin and featured distinctive spilt-rear doors and a side Clubdoor for easier access to the rear seats. The latest generation has grown and matured and is the epitome of style, space and performance. Now with six doors, it offers more space to comfortably sit five.
Both generations of Countryman have a ruggedly handsome design and available with four-wheel drive, to make them the ultimate all-rounder to release your inner adventurer. A versatile, Sport Activity Vehicle, there’s enough space to fit in the family too, with serious luggage capacity in addition to ample legroom.
MINI John Cooper Works models have their own unique characteristics but all boast awe-inspiring power under the bonnet – and share the same proud legacy of John Cooper. Each model has been built with racing-grade tuning and upgraded parts to deliver a potent combination of precision handling and spirited acceleration, fit for the road and the track.
Launched in 2013, the Paceman was a coupé interpretation of the Countryman, with a sporty exterior design and lowered suspension. A strict four-seater, practicality wasn’t sacrificed with a generous boot, with or without the rear seats folded. It was available as two- or four-wheel-drive [ALL4] models.
Launched in 2011, the first of the ‘Oxford Twins’, the MINI Coupé proudly displayed its sporting genes. With its rigid body, bespoke chassis set up, aerodynamic modifications and an active rear spoiler that raised at 50mph, it looked just at home on the track as it did the road. A true two-seater with a driver focussed cabin which gave room for a generous boot space.
Launched in 2012, the second of the ‘Oxford Twins’, the MINI Roadster proudly displayed its sporting genes. With its rigid body, bespoke chassis set up, aerodynamic modifications and an active rear spoiler that raised at 50mph, it looked just at home on the track as it did the road. A true two-seater with semi-automatic soft top, operational up to 20mph.
Based on the first generation Clubman, the Clubvan was a compact van that proved style can also be practical. The removal of the back seats gave a flat load area from the split rear doors up to a partition grille behind the front seats to make full use of the interior’s depth. For those who wanted to combine sharp driving dynamics, and make a style statement for their business.