When BMW bought Mini and launched its version of the venerable Cooper in 2001, the car was lauded for its go-kart handling and updated British style. Beyond engine and tech changes, that car remained pretty much the same for over a decade, Mini seeming to concentrate its resources on new Cooper variants, such as the Countryman and Paceman.
Now Mini is set to release a fully updated Cooper hatchback, the mainstay of its brand.
Beyond some technical information released by Mini and a few spy shots that have emerged, we don't know too much about the car. It will … Read more