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Mini launches Austin inspired ‘Seven’ special edition

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Mini has revived the Seven name for its latest design model, which launched today. 

It takes inspiration from the 1959 Austin Seven.

The new model is the first special edition for the current generation Mini hatch range and will be available in both three and five door form with a specially designed exterior and interior.

Four paint colours are available including Lapisluxury Blue, the most intensive blue tone ever applied to a Mini. Three other body finishes are also available to choose from; Pepper White, Midnight Black and British Racing Green.

A Melting Silver roof and exterior mirror caps come as standard along with door sill finishers and side scuttles with the Mini Seven logo.  Exclusive 17-inch light alloy wheels in two-tone design complete the exterior look. Bonnet stripes in Melting Silver with surround in Malt Brown are also available as an option.

On the inside, Sports seats come upholstered in the fabric/leather finish Diamond Malt Brown and there is a Mini Seven logo on the central instrument which surrounds the 6.5-inch colour display.

Bluetooth with USB audio, floor mats, Mini Excitement Pack, automatic dual-zone air conditioning and storage compartment pack comes as standard.

A bespoke option pack is also available. The Mini Seven Chili pack offers leather upholstery in Carbon Black and a nappa leather steering wheel. Additional features include LED headlights, multifunction controls for the steering wheel and cruise control with brake function.

Additional optional equipment from the Mini range can also be added and includes a panorama glass roof, windscreen heating, front driver and passenger seat heating, the Harmon Kardon hi-fi speaker system and a navigation system.

Mini Seven will have its first UK premiere at Goodwood Festival of Speed on June 23-26 with orders being taken now.

Prices start £18,545 for 3-door models and £19,145 for the 5-door.



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