Mini introduced the 10 millionth Cooper S 60 Years EditionSeptember 15, 2019
Back in 1959, the production of the classic Mini started. After 60 years, the company, which came under the leadership of the BMW Group in 1994, marked an important milestone: the production of a 10 millionth car.
The special Cooper S 60 Years Edition rolled off the assembly line in Oxford last month and is now on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show along with other premieres. Like all Cooper S 60 Years Edition cars, the 10 millionth Mini is painted in the color of British Racing Green IV and has stripes on the hood, a black roof and side mirrors, as well as a black piano finish. The serial number is printed on the door and rear bumper. Also new are 60 year old nameplates and 17-inch alloy wheels with an exclusive design.
Brown leather with white contrasting stitching and green piping covers the seats, while the 60 years logo can be seen on door cards, steering wheel and backrests. 8.8-inch infotainment system, wireless charging pad, Comfort Plus package, exterior lighting, parking sensors, folding side mirrors, LED optics, power lights and wipers – all of this potential buyers will have to pay £ 29,990
All 500 specimens intended for release intended for the United Kingdom, as well as those intended for other markets, are equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from the base Cooper S with a capacity of 192 hp.
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