More Fun on Less Fuel:
The new MINI One.
The new MINI Cooper D.
More power, more efficiency, more MINI. Now the line-up of the new MINI is being enlarged â€“ and enhanced â€“ by two particularly economical variants:
With its 70 kW/95 hp 1.4-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, the new MINI One is entering the market as the â€œbasicâ€ version in the range and will be on view to the world public for the first time at the International Motor Show in Geneva on 8th March, 2007. The new MINI Cooper D will also be making its appearance on the same occasion, boasting a 1.6-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel developing maximum of 80 kW/110 hp and peak torque of 240 Newton-metres or 177 lb ft at between 1,750 and 2,000 rpm, with a further brief increase through Overboost to 260 Newton-metres or 192 lb-ft. Clearly, this gives the new MINI Cooper D a level of power and muscle truly unique in this category. The all-new power units featured in the MINI One and MINI Cooper D provide the option of combining the unique driving fun of this compact front-wheel-drive model with exceptionally efficient fuel economy and emission control.
As a result, the connoisseur is now able to enjoy the flair and driving pleasure of the new MINI under particularly economical conditions. With these new models entering the market, the one and only premium car in the small model segment is becoming even more attractive and versatile as of April 2007.