MINI has launched a design model of its current-generation hatchback – the MINI Seven.
Incorporating some unique design and technology features, the Seven is easy to distinguish from the rest of the MINI range.
The exterior can be specified in one of four colours – Lapisluxury Blue, Pepper White, Midnight Black and British Racing Green.
The outside of the car is finished off with a silver roof and contrasting mirror caps. The ‘Seven’ logo is also applied to the side of the MINI, and it sits on 17-inch light alloy wheels with a two-tone design.
Available in both 3 and 5-door configurations, the Seven is there for people who wanted something slightly different to the norm.
Inside, the Seven features sports seats in Diamond Malt Brown, as well as a 6.5-inch colour screen which incorporates Bluetooth connectivity. Air conditioning comes as standard, too.
The Seven can also be specified with its own bespoke options pack – Seven Chili.
This pack brings a full leather interior, as a well as a steering wheel finished in nappa leather. Customers will also find LED headlights and multifunction controls on the steering wheel.
There are more options available to allow customers to make their car truly personal. A panorama glass roof, front driver and passenger seat heating and a full Harmon Kardon hi-fi speaker system can all be specified.
With prices starting at £18,545 for the three-door Seven, rising to £19,145 for the five door, customers are able to order the car now.
After completing his university studies in English and Creative Writing in Cardiff, Jack is now a full time motoring writer at Blackball Media. His love of cars stems from his childhood years when he began to live and breathe all-things automotive.
May 12, 2016