German tuner Hamann has just offered its new engine upgrade program for the speedy (and also quite fuel efficient for the level of performance it delivers) 2008 Mini Cooper D diesel-powered performance hatchback.
If you feel that the recently unveiled 2008 Mini Clubman is just not hot enough, then the German tuning specialist AC Schnitzer does have good news for you. You see, just yesterday the guys from the tuning studio that specializes in premium-grade German sports cars have presented a new upgrade program that offers not only visual enhancements to the already charismatic vehicle, but also added to the mix a comprehensive engine tuning program.
It’s official: the long-awaited Mini Cooper Clubman five-door hatchback will come to dealerships in the beginning of 2008. Although, compared to other vehicles in the niche, the choice of trims and engines is limited at best, both versions of the car are very different (at least when it comes to power and fuel efficiency), it will be quite easy to sell the car to both the tree-huggers of San-Francisco and driving enthusiasts from the East Coast.
A limited lot of Mini Cooper S JCW Competition Edition super-hatchbacks has arrived to Canadian dealerships. According to official information, the new Minis are based on the stock Cooper S model, but have their maximum power output increased by around 35 hp with similar increase in peak torque.
A first spy photo of the upcoming 2007 Mini Cooper has just appeared on the interwebz and, judging by the look of it, lots of brand’s loyal followers are going to be disappointed. Instead of the classic(-ish) cockpit of previous iteration of the compact performance coupe, the new one features a more ‘futuristic’ one, which is based on BMW’s proprietary infotainment system.
BMW has released the first set of official shots of its latest cheeky little Mini Cooper hatch. Set to go on sale early next year, the new vehicle will give you a choice of two gasoline engines that are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The second generation Mini will also sport a longer wheelbase measuring 97.1 inches (around 2466 mm), which is 6.5 inches longer than that of its main competitor: the Italian city car Fiat 500.