MINI has launched its latest model, the Seven. Taking its name from the 1959 Austin Seven, the MINI Seven joins the current generation range in five- or three-door form with specially designed exterior and interior looks unseen before on this generation’s model line-up. Unlike its namesake, it’s no stripped-out entry-level model. Sadly…
It’s available in Lapisluxury Blue and three other body finishes – Pepper White, Midnight Black and British Racing Green. A Silver roof and exterior mirror caps come as standard as well as door sill finishers and side scuttles with the MINI Seven logo as well as 17-inch light alloy wheels in exclusive MINI Seven Spoke two-tone design complete the exterior look.
There is also a MINI Seven logo on the central instrument which surrounds the MINI Visual Boost 6.5in colour display which also comes as standard alongside MINI Connected, Bluetooth Handsfree with USB audio, floor mats, MINI Excitement Pack, automatic dual-zone air conditioning and storage compartment pack.
The MINI Seven will revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on the MINI stand from 23-26 June with orders being taken now. Prices for the MINI Seven three-door start from £18,545 and from £19,145 for the MINI Seven five-door.
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