2010 MINI Beachcomber Concept review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 16 December 2009 , 21:12:21 byDan

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MINI Beachcomber Concept

The fourth models announced for autumn 2010 developed by Mini will be capable of offering driving pleasure and diversity. The concept will be presented for the first time at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Mini Beachcomber Concept is a four-seat concept car that was design to provide the ones mentioned above, taking up the enhanced options of the new Mini and combining these potentials with the vision of a radically open body concept. The model combines all-wheel drive with cutting-edge suspension technology, numerous body elements serving to make the car extra-strong and robust, as well as an elevated seating position. A pleasant and interesting side effect is that the distance the occupants feel from their surroundings is reduced to a minimum. Both driver and passengers will also enjoy the driving pleasure created by this concept in everyday traffic under regular motoring conditions. Mini is entering a new terrain thanks to its fourth model and a complete range of innovative ideas for the ongoing future. The potential use and versatility of the Mini Beachcomber Concept is defined exclusively by the activities and preferences of its user. Its enhanced traction and radically open body offers that unlimited freedom of movement it expresses from the start through its name alone. The concept comes with a strong and stable body structure incorporating clearly defined load paths and deformation units serving to convey and consistently absorb impact energy in the event of a collision. The additional safety component is finished in body color and through its geometry alone, conveys a supreme standard of strength and stability. Really, the Mini Beachcomber Concept offers a particularly emotional driving experience, demonstrating these qualities once again in that unique style so typical of the brand.