Tag: Mini Cooper

2015 MINI Hardtop Officially Unveiled: Complete Details

MINI is an iconic brand that has been serving the masses for decades. The original MINI ruled the world markets for years but with the changing tastes and demand for a modern MINI, the brand reintroduced its car 13 years back. And since then, evidently, the car has grown in size like never before. MINI has progressed so rapidly in the recent years that it had to come up with a range of models.including the Convertible, longer-wheelbase Clubman, Countryman crossover, Paceman three-door crossover, Coupe and Roadster.

Now comes the 2015 MINI original hardtop version and the brand has released photos and specs for the car. “Every year Mini convinces more and more people to consider small,” Jim McDowell, vice president of Mini USA, said. “The brand thinks there’s room enough for one more Mini model, McDowell said, which he promises will be “as radical in this decade as the original



MINI John Cooper Works Paceman – a premium compact sports activity coupé

The MINI John Cooper Works Paceman is ready to drive in premium segment – a first Compact Sports Activity Coupé. It is with flair and inimitable style. It is with 208 hp four-cylinder turbocharged engine, advanced chassis technology. It reduced sports suspension. An aerodynamic kit gives irresistible feeling of race competition. Detroit in January 2013, The MINI John Cooper Works Paceman celebrates its world premiere at the North American International Detroit Auto Show. Its market launch would be on March 2013 and later on company swells all seven models.

The turbocharged power unit teams up with a six-speed manual gearbox. As an option a six-speed automatic can also be ordered. It sprints from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.5 seconds. Average fuel consumption in preliminary EPA estimates of 25 mpg city/31 mpg highway /27 mpg combined. Manual transmission 30 mpg highway / 23 mpg city / 26 mpg combined for automatic transmission. MINI



MINI John Cooper Works at Los Angeles Auto Show 2012

The Los Angeles Auto Show 2012 which is running from 30 November to 9 December in Los Angeles this year is the prime attraction of auto fans. Hot spot of Los Angeles auto show that is latest MINI models that is full of design, technology and entertainment. MINI is the centerpiece at this year aboard with new addition to the brand’s line-up. MINI is targeting US Specially Californian audience of its current models and products. The MINI Countryman is one of the models on display at the LA Auto Show 2012.

British premium Automaker is the predecessor that impart brand’s seventh model. U.S. has been MINI’s most important single market for a number of years. Rude health of British premium automaker has been improved due to sustainable success of brand in US market. Brand’s 7th model would add a new chapter in the growth of the company. Positive statistics shows



2013 MINI Cooper Paceman

For the first time in Sports Coupe, MINI showcases world’s first Sports Coupe in a exclusive and premium style of compact segment. The new 2013 MINI Paceman is going to be launched with two petrol [MINI Cooper Paceman & MINI Cooper S Paceman] and two diesel[MINI Cooper D Paceman & MINI Cooper SD Paceman] variants. The 7th model in the MINI‘s brand family, a complete  innovative and aerodynamic design and engineered with more sportier and lightweight aluminum constructed engine to make 2013 MINI Cooper Paceman more Eco-friendly and deliver higher efficiency but also with more power with ALL4 [i.e.

All-Wheel Drive] technology. Engine Configuration, Performance and Efficiency : The new 2013 MINI Cooper Paceman has all four variants equipped with fully variable valve system based on BMW VALVETRONIC technology will promise to deliver power, performance and efficiency. All four variants of new BMW MINI Paceman are of 4-Cylinders and assembled with



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