Mini Remastered gets faster versions of Oselli EditionSeptember 9, 2019
David Brown Automotive will not present its achievements at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019, but it has prepared the new Mini Remastered Oselli Edition just at the moment the event begins.
Created in collaboration with Oselli’s classic car expert, the new “charged” Mini Remastered celebrates the 60th anniversary of the iconic hatchback. It will be offered in a limited edition of 60 copies.
The new Mini Remastered Oselli Edition can already be ordered with a four- or two-seat layout. The cost of the first option starts at 120,370 US dollars, and the second – 132,652 dollars. Customers can optionally purchase individual racing suits and helmets.
In addition to expensive prices, the limited version of the Mini is an updated version of the original A-Series engine with a capacity of 1.4 liters. Oselli specialists modified the unit, raising its power by 40%, which ultimately gave 100 hp. The intake and exhaust have been upgraded to further increase returns, and a 5-speed gearbox is the only option.
Other mechanical improvements include replacing Spax shock absorbers and upgraded brakes with larger front discs, 4-piston calipers and rear alloy drums.
The White Remastered Oselli’s white or gray design with red, blue or green stripes and accents also has a darkened strip and a mesh radiator grill with two LED spotlights. The assembly number is marked on the grill and at the rear, and the monotonous badge on the hood completes the visual changes.
In the double version, sporty bucket seats with manual trim appeared. It can be equipped with a Sabelt four-point racing belt in different colors or with a standard safety belt that is better suited for daily use. An Alcantara steering wheel and build number are also available on the glove compartment.
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