All mini’s get a new instrument board in July, with the possibility of a central touch screen. The rear counter counterparty receives other colors, with orange numbers becoming white at night. This new color theme is also used in the head-up display. Furthermore, the designers have recalled the fuel meter. Another adjustment: Turning on the driving programs Green or Sport is now via a tilt switch. Mini drivers are warned if they threaten to dumble when the system detects that their behavior indicates a decreasing concentration. The car then shows a coffee bag on the instrument board.
The Mini Cabrio can be equipped with the Always Open Package. That’s a package that includes a “comfort” access, heated front seats and a wind net to reduce air swirls. The Always Open Timer also records how long you’ve been driving homeless. The Mini Clubman and Countryman on their side are prepared for Apple CarPlay so you can integrate your iPhone into the boarding system.
The Mini Countryman will receive the new One and One D launches from July. The One is powered by a 102 hp high-speed fueloline cylinder. Combined with a manual or automatic six-speed gearbox. The range of 0 to 100 km / h takes 11.8 and 12.2 seconds, respectively, and achieves a top speed of 180 km / h with both transmissions. The standard consumption is 5.5 and 5.8 l / 100 km. The One D has a 115 hp diesel engine. With his manual gearbox, he sprints to 100 km / h in 10.9 seconds and gains a peak of 190 km / h. The standard consumption varies between 4.1 and 4.3 l / 100 km depending on the tires mounted.