After two years of teasing, the wagon known as Mini Traveller is not long for obscurity. The Car Connection has the clearest shot yet of the new model, which will likely debut at one of this year's major auto shows — possibly Frankfurt. Then, we'll finally get to see if the company plans to offer a second suicide door (the prototypes have all had a single one on the passenger side) or if asymmetry will rule. If that's the case, how much do you want to bet the company trots out market research showing that 85% of rear-seat passengers exit through the passenger-side door. I've got 20 bucks on it.
2008 MINI Traveller Spy Shots [The Car Connection]
Spy Photos: 2008 Mini Traveller [internal]