It’s not due out until the end of next year, but the new MINI Convertible has been spotted out on test with minimal disguise.
The new car is longer than the current incarnation, which hides the new high pedestrian-friendly front and means there will be more room inside.
The engine range is developed by BMW and PSA. The entry-level MINI One will have a 1.4-litre unit with 95bhp, the Cooper and Cooper S get 1.6 litres and 120 or 175 bhp respectively, and the diesel Cooper D will have 110bhp and low emissions of 104g/km.
Prices are expected to start at just under £15,000.