In 1959, the Mini was launched and an icon was born. In 2001, BMW released a new, modern Mini and the name lived on. In both iterations, MINI has proved itself to be one of the most popular cars on the market. Its distinctive shape is probably the most recognisable around the world, thanks in part to its impact on pop culture. Who can forget the iconic chase scene featuring three red, white and blue MINI Coopers from the cult classic The Italian Job? The relaunch was boosted by a quirky advertising campaign that was pioneering in its humourous approach to its subject matter. It’s strange to think that for so many years, MINIs were just a classic car option.

In this graphic, we compare the specs of the retired old Mini with it’s resurrected brother.


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