2014 MINI Cooper spied testing in Germany

by SpeedLux

The next generation of the MINI has been spied once again, ahead of a public launch scheduled for later half this year. The model has been spied undergoing some testing in Germany.

The new generation of the MINI will be longer and wider as compared to the outgoing model and is set to receive slimmer A-pillars, a longer hood and smaller front grille.

While the changes in exteriors would not be that dramatic, the interiors will be quite significantly restyled. The most important and notable modification that we can expect is the adoption of a traditional instrument cluster which will replace the center-mounted speedometer.

Engine lineup will consist of a three-cylinder TwinPower engine and a 1.6-liter turbocharged gasoline engine for the Cooper S and JCW versions. While the former will have an output of around 178 hp (132 kW) the latter should be able to generate an output of 217 hp (162 kW).

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