The future does not look bright for the two-seat Mini Coupe, which looks like a Mini Cooper wearing a backwards baseball cap for some reason, or its hatless brother the Mini Roadster. Will anyone miss them? I'm thinking they won't.
Life must be hard for a high-visibility, successful, small-lineup automotive brand like Mini. Everyone loves your products, but there just aren't enough for people to buy! Our hearts bleed for you, Mini.
We already knew the Mini Cooper Coupe was coming to the U.S. market, but now we've got the first fully unclothed shots of the new two-seater from BMW's itty-bitty car division. And what we see with the camouflage off is the most frat boy-looking car we've ever seen.
Caught prowling the 405 in Los Angeles, this is the Mini Coupe that's expected to cross a stage in Frankfurt this fall minus BMW's corporate swirly wrap. How many models does Mini need, anyway?
Today's the 50th Anniversary of the MINI Cooper. What better way to celebrate than revealing a concept car? This is it. It's the MINI Coupé Concept and it dispenses with all but the basic fundamentals of what makes MINI great.