Spy Shots: 2014 Mini Cooper S Drops Some Camo
Our spy photographers caught the Cooper S testing on the public roads in Germany, and just like with the standard Cooper, it has started showing the front bumper, redesigned headlights, and the new taillight graphics.
The next Mini Cooper will be built on BMW’s new UKL platform that will also be shared with the next-generation BMW 1 Series and will be offered in both front-wheel and all-wheel-drive versions. For the first time, Mini will offer a new family of three-cylinder engines, along with the usual four-cylinder ones.
The new-generation Mini Cooper will make its world debut in September at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. For the first time, the Cooper will be offered in ten different body versions.
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The new Mini Cooper will grow in all dimensions and will receive a more aggressive design language, a sharper-steeped A-pillar and a wider front grille.
Up front, Mini will also place a revised bumper and a new set of headlights with integrated turn signals.
For the rear, you should expect a pair of larger taillights with a new graphic design and, of course, a redesigned rear bumper.