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Mini Scooter E Concept

Mini Scooter E Concept

Mini’s Scooter E Concept is powered by an integrated electric motor in the rear wheel and features a smartphone adapter which operates as vehicle key, display and central control element.

Monster Mini One-Off

Monster Mini One-Off

Cummins has creatively crammed a 3500 hp, V18 diesel engine (you know, the kind they put in dump trucks) into an original Mini; it has more than 10,000lb/ft of torque and uses 12 turbochargers.

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2011 Mini Countryman

2011 Mini Countryman

The Mini just bulked up. Set to debut in the US next year, the Mini Countryman is 161.3 in long and has a wheelbase of 102.2 in, combining space and flexibility with the classic Mini look.

MINI Beachcomber Concept

MINI Beachcomber Concept

Love it or hate it, but you have to give MINI props for having the cojones to show off this Beachcomber Concept; it strips out the doors and adds AWD for a decidedly non-urban vehicle.

MINI Roadster Concept

MINI Roadster Concept

A topless version of the MINI Coupe Concept, the MINI Roadster loses two seats from the current convertible but gains 8.8 cubic feet of trunk space and a new multi-function display.

MINI Coupe Concept

MINI Coupe Concept

Celebrating the 50th birthday of the original MINI, the MINI Coupe Concept is a hot little two-seater; it packs a 211 hp, turbocharged 1.6L and an Overboost mode good for 206 lb-ft.

MINI JCW Cabriolet

MINI JCW Cabriolet

The John Cooper Works MINI Cabriolet boosts low-end torque, good for a 0-62 time of 6.9s; also upgraded are the suspension and brakes, along with a piano-lacquer trim and aero kit.

MINI E

MINI E

Limited to only 500 vehicles in So Cal, NY and NJ, the MINI E is an all-electric with zero emissions; it’ll get 204hp and 162 lb-ft with a range of 150 miles off its Li-Ion batteries.

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