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MINI (BMW) MINI (Germany, 2001-present)

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The MINI Cooper was revealed in Europe in 2001 and introduced on the North American market in 2002. The ‘Cooper’ name was given to the classic Mini’s sports version, which was supplied by John Cooper and the Cooper car company. The name was resurrected mainly to give the car a sporty feeling right from the start. Nevertheless, the new Cooper received some harsh critics for its weak use of space.   BMW-parented MINI Coopers are made in three main trim levels, which differ on their engine sizes, horsepower and fuel type. This model brought an immense success for the MINI brand, achieving great levels of sales worldwide. Around a hundred thousand copies of the MINI Cooper leave the company’s Cowley factory each year.


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The development of the brand new MINI had been under operations since 1995, under the management of the – then parent company – Rover Group. BMW took over the job in 1999 and kept on developing it until 2001. The German company presented the refreshed brand for the first time at the 2000 Paris Auto Show, with a MINI concept car version.

Operations on the brand’s fresh new line-up began and still remain wher...  more

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