Mini has revealed a limited-run version from the Cooper S three-door compact, in a special event of 2019 marking 60 years since the release of the original BMC Mini.
Visible components exclusive towards the special-edition Minuscule include a fresh British Racing Green paint color, different dark roofing, and side mirrors, specifically designed bonnet stripes and two-tone 17in light-weight metal wheels.
A commemorative badge features within the hood, indication enclosures so that as an LED projection above the bottom of the driver’s door. UK good examples should receive an arranged of front-mounted, rally-style highlights.
The interior proceeds the wedding anniversary theme, with seats padded in model-specific dark arranged with comparison stitching as well as the 60 Years emblem shown for the steering wheel and front chairs.
The Mini 60 Years Edition retains the 2.0-liters engine and seven-speed automated gearbox from the Cooper S to speed up from 0-62mph in 6.7sec and about to the best velocity of 145mph.
Regular gear includes a great 8.8in touchscreen infotainment program, Apple CarPlay, Wireless Bluetooth connectivity, and wireless mobile phone charging. A rear-view video camera and car parking sensors will be transported more than from the Comfort and ease bundle intended for the regular Cooper S.
The five-hundred Mini 60 years Versions going for UK dealers as well available from Mar 2019, costing £29,990 – £8850 more than the regular model.