Tag: MINI 2012

2012 Green GOOD DESIGNTM Award -First time to 3 BMW Concept Cars

The Green GOOD DESIGNTM Award are most prestigious and exclusive awards to Auto Industry for their dedication, hard-work not only in making Car more powerful and beautiful but also delivering a Car which will in many ways built using environment friendly materials and reducing any harmful emission and not the least the best efficiency to be delivered by a Car. In Munich, for the year 2012, the Green GOOD DESIGNTM Award has chosen for the first time the Triangle of BMW Concept Cars - MINI Rocketman Concept Car specially designed for London 2012 Olympic Games, the BMW i8 Concept  and the BMW i3 Concept, for their design sustainability of the product.

For previous several years,  BMW Group has taken GOOD DESIGNTM Award victory for its unmatched design capability, performance and efficiency with Eco-care mind perspective(previously won the GOOD DESIGNTM Award for BMW ActiveE, MINI Countryman, BMW Concept 6 concept car, BMW 1 Series M Coupe, BMW K 1600 GT/GTL ,BMW G 650 GS, BMW S 1000 RR, BMW



MINI Rocketman Concept Car for London 2012 Olympic Games

The biggest event  on Earth after every 4 years -The Olympic Games, this time is hosted by UK(England- Munich,Oxford & London), the London 2012 Olympic Games, is all well prepared for the world’s most awaited event on July 2012. To add beauty to this event, for every Olympians and Paralympians, the British premium car brand MINI will escort them on red carpet with MINI Rocketman Concept Car. British premium car brand MINI will roll out the red carpet for the Olympians and Paralympians with the new design of the MINI Rocketman Concept Car combines innovative ideas for personal mobility in major cities with classical, unmistakably British design features inside and out.

A combination of sustainability, driving comfort & fun is offered by Rocketman Concept Car of MINI by providing the innovative technology to implement the imagination concept. With its super quality materials and imaginative design, this British touch on MINI



2012 Mini Cooper S Roadster

As much as we don’t necessarily care for the Mini Coupe, arguing that Mini should have just created one car with a folding hardtop or only gone with the Roadster is really a moot point. Both cars debuted in concept form at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, and after receiving lots of attention from both the press and public alike, both cars were were immediately given the green light thereafter. We spoke with Horst Radivojevic, project manager for the Mini Coupe and Roadster, and he told us that there was never a question about doing just one model – we would either get two or none at all.

We can’t help but cock our heads to the side and look slightly puzzled whenever we see the Coupe, but that’s definitely not the case with the Roadster. Its design is identical to the Coupe in every way, except for the awkward