2012 Mini Cooper Green Park.
Ambassador of the sporting heritage.
The traditional British passion for sporting competition is expressed in the exclusive design of the Mini Cooper Green Park.
The roof and exterior mirror caps display British Racing Green paintwork, forming a pleasing contrast with bodywork in Pepper White. Bonnet stripes in British Racing Green and transparent white lenses for the direction indicators heighten the distinctly classic-sporty look. On this design model, the lower C-pillars of the MINI Clubman are in body color.
The MINI Green Park has interior surfaces in Pepper White, reflecting a cabin design that takes its cue from the exterior. And providing the perfect complement again are seats in Black or Polar Beige and the MINI Yours leather-lined dashboard in a combination of Black/Polar Beige. Also available as an alternative to the MINI design favorites are all other variants along with the entire range of optional extras for the MINI Hardtop and MINI Clubman.
The MINI Green Park takes its name from a recreational area very near Buckingham Palace. Covering an expanse of 19 hectares, this park forms a key element of the city’s green belt, linking Hyde Park to St James’ Park. All told, it makes for a walk of some four kilometers through the Royal Parks, from Kensington Palace in the west to Downing Street in the east.
Available worldwide in MINI Hardtop and MINI Clubman body styles. In the U.S. market, there is a choice of two engine variants: the MINI Cooper with 121 hp, or the turbocharged MINI Cooper S with 181 hp. Both engines come as standard with a six-speed manual transmission, while a six-speed automatic is optionally available.
Both the special edition Hardtop and Clubman models will be available for sale in the U.S. beginning in July, and will be sold as 2013 MY vehicle. U.S. pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date.
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