The MINI Coupe World Premiere At The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

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The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show will play host to the world premiere new MINI Coupe, with its sporty, low feel and new roof design with space for two people.

The MINI Coupe concept was unveiled two years ago at the Frankfurt Motor Show, making it the perfect event for the unveiling of the new model.

From launch, the new MINI Coupe will be available with outputs ranging from the 122 hp MINI Cooper Coupe, the MINI Cooper SD Coupe's 143 hp to the 184 hp developed by the MINI Cooper S Coupe and the flagship John Cooper Works Coupe with 211 hp.

The MINI Coupe also features a bespoke suspension set up, perfected weight distribution, a rigid body and special dynamic tweaks, including the extending rear spoiler to enhance the go-kart handling expected of a MINI.

The MINI Coupe offers 280 litres of luggage storage behind the high-opening tailgate. The interior features oval recesses in the roof liner, specific to the MINI Coupe, emphasising the car's two-seat design.

The MINI Clubman Hampton will also be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, featuring the MINI Yours style, which offers a collection of products and options for owners to customise their car, including unusual paint finishes, trim elements, upholstery variants and interior colours.

The paintwork and wheels of the MINI Clubman Hampton, as well as its exterior and interior design, and other equipment features have been specially chosen and carefully coordinated to provide a special flavour to the appearance and the driving experience on board.

Published : 09/05/11 Author : Staff

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