Mini all new Coupe and Roadster in 2015
New forms for the future of Mini are coming in order to ensure the prolific seed of the cars made in Oxford a long future. The technicians of the company which is part of the BMW Group have churned out since 2001 numerous versions and for the next few years there is the willingness to move forward and add new variations to the Mini range. According to rumors at this time appearring on the Web according to international sources an ingredient in most of the new platforms will be awarded to Bmw Ukl specific models of small medium size and front wheel drive, which was announced in 2011 and on which Monaco of Bavaria plans to develop a dozen short term models including the new Mini which will most likely be a bit bigger in size.
Mini Roadster 2013 side
Mini Roadster 2013 front
This, however, is not the only change that we will see on board the new Mini. According to Motor Authority, the new course at Oxford on the platform Bmw Ukl give the go to the development of new versions. A little surprise indicates that the program of renewal of the range will not include in the declinations the Coupe and Roadster, according to the current stylistic concept. But the absence of the latter two versions does not mean that in the future Mini will be offered exclusively as a sedan and station wagon. One of the new Mini models that we will see probably within a couple of years will be a sporting with completely new more rounded shapes and high tech interior.
Mini Roadster 2013 rear
Similarly, we can expect that the new Mini sports which could be equipped with a 2 liter TwinPower Turbo 4 cylinder will be offered in Coupe and Roadster and as always in the fitting S and John Cooper Works. A strategy that can be found in the desire to offer a car technologically and stylistically interesting, especially if we consider the lower sale volumes compared to the much more widely available sedan and station.
Mini Roadster 2013 interior