Mini is an iconic British brand whose history in the U.S. market started in the 1960s with the importation of tiny cars manufactured by British Motor Corp. After a hiatus, the brand was purchased and modernized by BMW, and reappeared in 2002 with the Cooper hatchback.
Since then, Mini’s lineup has expanded to satisfy buyers who desire more space. The brand now sells a four-door version of the Cooper, which is now known as the Hardtop, as well as the four-door Clubman hatchback and Countryman compact SUV. The Countryman is also available in plug-in hybrid form. Mini models offer regular and sporty S trim levels, and higher-performance John Cooper Works versions are also available.
Mini was an early experimenter with battery-electric drivetrains, having fielded hundreds of modified Mini E Coopers in test fleets. The brand currently offers the all-electric Mini Cooper SE, which has an estimated range of 110 miles on a full charge.
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