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Mini One Baker Street

Mini One Baker Street (Germany, 2012)

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The MINI Baker Street Edition is a special edition to celebrate the 2012 London Olympics. It comes with a gray roof and black and gray hood stripes. It also gets exclusive 16in, gloss-black wheels with matching mirror caps. It can be ordered in either Pepper White or Midnight Black. The interior comes with leather seats with cloth inserts. The cloth has a diamond pattern. The seats, floor mats and gear shift all have light gray contrast stitching. The Baker Street also comes with all of the equipment from the Pepper Pack and Chrome Line Exterior package, which includes: air conditioning, on-board computer, leather steering wheel and front fog lamps.



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