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German auto giant BMW said Friday it plans to build an electric version of its compact Mini in China, in a possible joint venture with local partner Great Wall. The Munich-based group is in “advanced discussions” aimed at “a new joint venture in China”, it said in a statement, adding that the two firms had […]
Customers will be able to create exclusive, individual designs online on Mini Yours Customised’s web store for items such as side scuttles, interior trim, illuminated door sills and LED door projectors.
Whether you’re a fast lane maven or a passionate MINI fan, this is just the perfect place to spend your weekend. Experience the true MINI lifestyle at the first ever MINI Festival happening from 19-22 October, 10am – 9pm at Bonifacio High Street. Enjoy great food and exciting activities all weekend long! Shop for […]
A week after revealing a plug-in electric concept, Mini has taken the wraps off another exciting showcar: the John Cooper Works GP Concept.
When we drove the first MINI Countryman years ago, we were expecting not to like it.
As the original Fiat 500 celebrates its 60th anniversary, it’s time for a look back at the cars that took the automobile industry from expensive curiosity to mainstream relevance. Some cars have been more innovative, some more popular, and many have been better looking, but when it comes to bringing mobility to the people and […]
Labor Day weekend saw Autohub Group and MINI Philippines at the Clark International Speedway (CIS) in Angeles, Pampanga with about a hundred customers and members of the Mini Car Club Philippines (MCCP) to commemorate the introduction of its all-new MINI Clubman. Several MINI Clubman units were deployed for lapping, braking and slalom exercises to show […]
Introduced by MINI Cooper in 2007, the MINI Clubman is presented this year as the premium British brand’s version of the shooting brake. (See sidebar article, “What is a shooting brake?”)
THE MINI has been growing steadily under BMW’s watch, and we don’t mean just the sales volume. The cars themselves, while remaining compact by today’s standards, are positively gigantic compared to the original. And Mini isn’t finished with the growth balls just yet.