Roof colour has to be the same as the body colour
Your unique MINI, Your unique MINI,
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Introducing the MINI 5-Door Hatch.
MINI 60 Years Edition.
TRUE ICONIC MINI. WITH FIVE DOORS.
STRETCH OUT INSIDE.
Step inside and discover a spacious cabin that offers relaxed seating for five with plenty of leg room, head room and body comfort in the front and back to enjoy. 16 centimetres longer than it's 3-door brother, the MINI 5-door hatch uses the extra length wisely to give you a bigger boot – 941 litres of cargo space, in fact. It's designed to give you more options to suit your personal style – without sacrificing MINI's classic go-kart handling.
TAKING LIGHT BEYOND ILLUMINATION.
Innovative MINI matrix LED headlights provide best possible illumination levels for better visibility and safety. When the highbeam is switched on, the lighting is highly effective. The front camera system integrated in the rear mirror detects oncoming vehicles and automatically switches on (or off) one or more of the headlight's four segments. This reduces distraction to other road users while optimally illuminating all other areas.
(Model shown in the video is a MINI 3-Door-Hatch).
SEAMLESS INNOVATION. INSIDE AND OUT.
MINI YOURS CUSTOMISED.
MINI is a pioneer in the production of customisable interior and exterior parts using 3D printing technology. For example, you can add extra individuality with a passenger-side cockpit fascia tailored to your style using different colours and designs. While on the exterior, 3D-printed side scuttles perfectly complement the athletic look of your vehicle. Entering your MINI is now also an experience in its own right – with a customisable projection displaying on the ground and illuminated entry strips that get your journey off to a bright start.
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3 different roof colours available
3 different mirror cap colours available
Bonnet stripes available in 3 different colours
Air scoop in the bonnet, track-style grille, iconic "S" emblem, lower air intakes
The published fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures are established according to legislated technical specifications (UNECE Regulation 101/UN Regulation 83 and SANS 20101 standards), which sets out the procedures that are used to measure the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. The claimed figures are established using specific tests under standardised, carefully controlled conditions and may differ from consumption achieved under real world conditions with the influences of altitude, road surface, geographic conditions, vehicle options, temperature, humidity, tyres size and driving behaviour amongst others.