London is being used as the inspiration for a new pair of special editions due for release by Mini. Mini's incentive is to base both vehicles on the hatchback.
One version, the Mini Bayswater – labelled after the area situated to the west of Hyde Park – is available in Cooper, D, S, and SD visions. The motor features striped wing mirrors, 17 inch Sandblast alloys and an overlay of exclusive Kite Blue metallic paint. The interior features the Chilli packages with a Chrome Line, which add xenon headlights, climate control and part-leather seats.
Prices range from £23,375 for the top of the range Cooper SD auto, with the standard Cooper costing only £18,565.
Following this is the Mini Baker Street, famous for being the road Sherlock Holmes lived on. This vehicle acquires an individual Rooftop Grey metallic paint with twin black bonnet strokes. To finalise the design is a matching black-gloss 16-inch wheels, a contrasting black roof and black wing mirrors.
Prices start from £16,365 for the One, One D, Cooper and Cooper D models with manual gearbox, rising to £19,945 for the Cooper D with automatic six-speed.
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