2014 MINI Cooper spied less disguised

The next generation MINI Cooper starts to loose more of its camouflage. These latest shots were taken in South Germany and show the new MINI Cooper (F56) with less disguise revealing more of its new shape along with some new details.

We get to see Rocketman concept style bumpers and grille, new headlights that are moved up a bit, chrome line around the windows and side mirrors with very little tape that covers the blinkers.

We also get a sneak peak of the interior that test drivers are trying to hide as muh as possible, but still revealing a new speedo that is behind the steering wheel, a big round central instrument showing the radio/stereo.

Size wise, the new model will be about the same size as the outgoing model, though from some angles it looks bigger.

Engine range will be updated to include new three-cylinder diesel and petrol units.

World debut is very likely at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.


RELATED POSTS

McLaren 12C production paused to meet 650S demand
First project car - some cool ideas
Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept revealed ahead of New York debut
China's Landwind E32 shamelessly copies Range Rover Evoque
Report: Honda S2000 successor coming in 2017 with around 350bhp
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed Collection revealed, priced from £435,000
All-new 2015 Ford S-MAX revealed with space for seven
Volvo unveils the long-awaited S90 saloon ahead of Detroit debut
Audi A7 piloted driving concept “Jack” continues progress
McLaren Special Operations creates limited edition MSO Carbon Series LT
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUV revealed ahead of Geneva debut
Volkswagen to build an electric Microbus based on the I.D. Buzz concept
Tags: , , ,
linode.com