With its unusual design, the new MINI Coupé attracts attention wherever it goes, on the road and beside. Its extroverted body shape identifies the two-seater as a thoroughbred athlete. Its small frontal area with the flat inclined windscreen, the low roof with rearward extension including integrated spoiler and the distinctive rear end all speak a clear language.
Outside of the city is where the spirited two-seater really comes up trumps: above 80 km/h, the rear spoiler emerges. It ensures superb road holding at high speed by reducing lift, while at the same time attracting interest from the drivers behind.
Optional sport stripes add speed to the visual appearance. In fact, they have always been the trademark of those brazen g-machines with powerful engines. They are available in black, silver and red. The latter are the exclusive preserve of the MINI John Cooper Works Coupé. One other dress code: the stripes of bonnet and boot always have the same colour as the roof and the stripe on the roof is always identical to the body finish.