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Economy wrapped in tantalizing design. When it comes to form and function, the new MINI Cooper D has it all. Matt silver and black touches contrast with any of the available body colours. Top it off with a black or white roof.

 
 

LIGHTS.

 

THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE.

 

Lighting the way for the new MINI are newly designed headlights and rear lights. New graphics and a new insert play a big role in giving the new MINI its more mature look. Fitted with halogen for the base models, the new MINI is optionally available with full-LED lights to pierce the darkness even further.

The front lights are housed in their iconic chrome ring and feature inserts with a single large elliptical element. The turn signal is subtly integrated in the lower third of the daylight driving ring. All style and harmony, day and night.

In the back, the lights have become larger, claiming a more prominent position. Drawn into the hatch and surrounded by a chrome frame, the tail lights have been redesigned to a rounded off rectangle.

 
 
 

COLOURS.

 

PAINT THE TOWN.

 

With no less than eleven colours to choose from, you can make your new MINI as elegant, sporting or extravagant as you want. Four new hues – Volcanic Orange, Moonwalk Grey, Blazing Red and Deep Blue – shake up the existing colour range. The MINI Cooper S also comes in the exclusive Thunder Grey. The bright Chili Red is still – and probably always will be - reserved for the John Cooper Works models.

Add some extra contrast to your MINI by opting for an Aspen White or Jet Black roof. Of course, sticking to a roof in body colour is also an option to keep things consistent. If you spot a MINI with a Chili Red roof, you know straight away you’re looking at a John Cooper Works.