Mini comes back with a new, electric concept car, the Superleggera Vision, that they definitely need to put into production now. The two-seater features a combination of traditional roadster, such as the long, front hood, with some characteristics of the Mini, like the front lamps. A Frankenstein Mini. Aluminum and leather make up the inside cabin. There’s also an electric drivetrain, though since it’s a concept, details are scarce. This would be an awesome weekend car. *puts away monocle*
Rides By on Nov 4, 2011
The 2012 Mini Roadster offers standard electric power steering, vigorous traction control, uncompromising stability, stainless-steel rollover bars, and a dynamic rear spoiler that extends automatically at 50 mph. To top it off, the 2012 Mini Roadster is just stinkin’ adorable yet curiously masculine at the same time. In case you find yourself stuck in the middle of the road with your vehicle unable to go further, you’ll need towing service dublin to help you.
What’s different about the 2012 model? The new Roadster has removed the back seat in exchange for a soft-top, which open and closes manually and folds down behind the seats with the outer portion of the roof facing up. So, there’s no need for a cover. Whether you’re going away for the weekend or headed to the golf course, the new Roadster offers enough room to pack all your large necessities behind the seats. Other options include rear sensors for distance control, a multifunction steering wheel, mini navigation system, automatic climate control, heated seats, and an automatically dimming mirrors.
Now let’s talk about the really important features…entertainment options include a Harman Kardon hi-fi loudspeaker system and Mini Connected, which includes the Driving Excitement app, Web radio, Google services, RSS news feeds, Mission Control, and in-car use of Facebook and Twitter. Now if they would just add a mini bar and mini bidet…