2014 Mini engines review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 8 January 2014 , 13:01:32 byAngela

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Mini engines

The new Mini, a premium small car comes with further optimised balance between driving fun and fuel consumption, clear functionality and innovative networking technology. The engineers have made great progress in terms of safety, comfort, equipment, quality of material and finish. In terms of exterior design, specialists have modified the proportions and body structure, characteristic design elements such as hexagonal grille, headlamps and rear light clusters with wide chrome surround. Now, five exterior paint finishes, roof in contrasting colour available as an option at no extra cost.


As you can see in the photo gallery, you can see the newly designed headlamps, daytime driving light, LED headlamps which also include daytime driving ring with integrated direction indicator. Moving on, we have to also mention the rear lights available optionally with LED technology, optional lighting package with LED interior lights and to top it all, with orange-coloured ambient lighting.


The carmaker will launch three model variants with the Mini Twinower Turbo Technology. The first one is the Mini Cooper with a 3-cylinder engine capable of generating 100 kW, the Mini Coper S with a 4-cylinder engine that has as output 141 kW and, last, but not least the 3-cylinder diesel engine Mini Cooper D with 85 kW output. To transfer all this power to the wheels, the engineers have offered a 6-speed manual transmission as standard and an optional 6-speed automatic transmission as optional. There is also a sport automatic variant available. Prices can start at GB15.300 for the standard Cooper, at GBP16.450 for the Cooper D and GBP18.650 for the Cooper S.