Rumblings from a handful of BMW and MINI blogs suggest that the current MINI Cooper will undergo a massive redesign in 2020, just in time for the next generation of vehicles to hit the market.
Following a remarkable debut season that found the MINI WRC Countryman named 2011 Rally Car of the Year, news has surfaced that the team has missed the filing date to qualify for the 2012 season.
BMW (parent company to MINI) is developing a new 2.0L four-cylinder engine named the N20 which may eventually find its way to MINI’s John Cooper Works models, according to reports from Motoringfile.
It appears that MINI could be joining the ranks of Mitsubishi and Subaru by producing a street-legal version of their WRC Countryman rally car.
The rumors will be out in Detroit next month on the new MINI Minor, taking small to a whole new dimension…
The next-generation MINI may well sport a new 3-cylinder engine...and they’re even hinting at knocking it down to 2!
This time they’re talking variants of the Countryman. And remember the Beachcomber? Or even…the Moke?
Could this be the shape of things to come for MINI in the near future? Here's why this man’s interpretation matters…
Sharing the same platform but riding on an even shorter wheelbase could bring it closer to the original’s 80.3” tire print, but would it be profitable?
While this photo from our friends at InsideLine appears to be a MINI Cooper S Clubman hybrid, there are those who seriously doubt it.
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