Is it Possible for Mini to Get back its Rocking Period with these Two Models?
The British company, Mini has become an iconic car brand across the world. If you look back on the history of Britain and its culture, the manufacturer has been an integral part. Now BMW owns the company but its popularity has diluted one bit. Keeping the legacy alive, the company is ready to launch a set of cars in the upcoming year.
If you look at the past year’s statistics, Mini managed to sale more than 43,684 cars in the U.S. market. The localized sale here might not be too favorable but things are expected to change in the coming months. Take a look at the following at the cars to be launched in 2020.
2020 Cooper SE
In the era of electric cars, 2020 Mini S E will surprise the users with a posh interior and a screen. Drawing similar to the power-train of BMW i3, the car will be available with 114 miles. This Mini model will be charged 80% within 35 minutes by using a very small 32.6-kWh unit.
Already standing out of the market, the 2020 Countryman is an affordable choice despite its luxury touch. The car expects to target loyal fans along with new customers by revealing an upscale interior. Providing both front- and all-wheel driving configurations, the car promises a dynamic performance.
However, Mini does not include 2020 Hardtop 2-Door and 2020 Cooper S E Countryman in the next year’s lineup. If you want to know what other brands are including and excluding in their next lineup, subscribe to ShopSmartAutos’ blog.