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The new MINI 2014 has been revealed. One of the most iconic cars in the world, the MINI has a new look and is the most revolutionary yet. There’s a new design, a radical range of three and four-cylinder engines, more hi-tech kit than ever before and a production site that’s still firmly rooted in Oxford.
The next-generation Mini Cooper hatchback, caught completely undisguised during what appears to be a photo shoot. Through its first two generations, the Mini Cooper has largely worn the same styling something that doesn’t change much for this third-gen car.
2014 Mini Cooper Release Date
MINI has confirmed will debuts 2014 Mini Cooper at 2013 Tokyo Motor Show at this November. New Mini Cooper will be offered with a new head-up display that projects information onto a small folding screen on the dashboard that has many functions.
2014 Mini Cooper Price
2014 Mini Cooper Price. | Pricing for the new 2014 Mini Cooper has been set at $20,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2014 Mini Cooper we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
The new MINI Cooper will go on sale in the spring, with a starting price from £15,300 the current one costs £14,900 while the Cooper D sees a similar hike to £16,450 and the Cooper S starts at £18,650. Those price rises reflect around a 2% increase.
2014 Mini Cooper Specs and Exterior
Given that these photos show the new three door completely naked, we can finally speak to the car’s styling. (Our spy photographers previously caught Mini test mules in the wild, but they were heavily camouflaged.) The Cooper hatchback’s overall profile retains Mini’s classic proportions, but everything seems slightly taller, and the details get a mild, Rocketman-inspired update to keep things fresh. The headlights are rounder and canted further back, and inherit what appear to be LED or backlit light-tube accents. A new, larger grille bisected by a solid plastic bumper element also leans further back than before and dominates the front end, though the lower intake seems superfluous and suffers from fussy detailing.
The rounded headlights, tiny overhangs and compact proportions are all trademark MINI. But you’ll notice that there’s a new semi-circle of LED daytime running lights in the headlamps which can be upgraded to full LEDs as an option. Plus, the tail-lights are now far larger, like those found on the Countryman crossover.
We came to terms long ago with MINI not really meaning mini, and this latest has the biggest MINI dimensions yet. At 3,821mm long, it’s 98mm longer than the outgoing model, as well as being 44mm wider and 7mm taller.
Within those increases is a wheelbase extended by 28mm and a track widened by 42mm at the front and 34mm at the rear. The net effect is a car that is not only more spacious inside but should ride and handle better, too.
Proof of the MINI’s new focus on practicality comes with the news that boot space has increased from 160 litres to a more usable 211 litres. Plus, there’s an optional storage package, which includes a multi-level boot floor and rear seats that can be tilted to increase passenger or luggage space as required.
A recurring feature of the MINI’s interior has been the large centrally mounted speedo until now, that is. The MkIII hatch is the first to ditch it, with the outer speedo ring replaced by LEDs.
These work in conjunction with things like the parking sensors, glowing green, yellow or red depending on how much space owners have to park the car. The LEDs will also glow blue, orange or red depending on which programme in the new MINI Driving Modes set-up is selected. This option debuts on the new hatch and allows drivers to swap between the standard MID mode to SPORT or GREEN. The latter enables owners to ‘coast’ on the motorway and will change the settings of the automatic box. The LEDs are also hooked up to the optional sat-nav system so the ring of glowing lights will gradually get smaller as you approach a turning you’re supposed to take.
2014 Mini Cooper Powertrains
The new Mini Cooper hatchback has some big changes in store under its stubby hood, where a new range of BMW-sourced, turbocharged three-cylinder engines replace today’s naturally aspirated and turbo fours. Output for the hottest triple will approach 200 horsepower. There will be both gasoline and diesel variants, and buyers again will be able to choose from among manual and automatic transmissions. A hybrid and electric Mini Cooper should join the lineup, as well.
2014 Mini Cooper Engine
Initially, the familiar Cooper, Cooper D and Cooper S line-up will be offered, with each getting one of BMW’s family of modular engines. We’ve been promised that the basic MINI One an entry level point to the range will be introduced in the summer along with a flagship MINI Cooper S JCW, featuring more extreme tuning for the suspension and more power from the flagship 2.0 litre turbocharged engine. Bosses also told us expect a five door version of the standard hatch for the first time, arriving towards the end of 2014. Next up will be the convertible and the Clubman variants, both hitting the road in 2015.
The Cooper and Cooper D use 1.5 litre three cylinders one petrol and one diesel. In the Cooper, power is up from 122bhp to 134bhp, which slashes the 0-62mph time from 9.1 seconds to 7.9 seconds. In the Cooper D, power is up by 2bhp to 114bhp, which trims the sprint time by half a second to 9.2 seconds.
Both cars are more efficient, with the Cooper D the cleanest of the bunch. It manages up to 80mpg-plus, with CO2 emissions as low as 92g/km. The Cooper promises 62.8mpg economy. Meanwhile, the flagship Cooper S has had its 1.6-litre turbo replaced by a 2.0-litre turbo from the same modular family, with power increasing from 181bhp to 189bhp. That cuts the 0-62mph time by two tenths to 6.8 seconds, but fuel economy has also improved from 49.0mpg to 49.6mpg.