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The History Of Mini And Its Fastest Model


The history of MINI could be traced as far back as in the late 1950″s.

Overview Of MINI

When lord Leonard of the Morris Company told his designer, Alec Issigonis, to make a vehicle that would be more portable and efficient to drive. This was during the reign of the Suez Crisis of 1956. Though it was offered to Alec as a challenge. For him to build a small subcompact car that will be fuel-efficient.

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Leonard wants the vehicle to be able to contain four passengers and also be more efficient, portable, and affordable also. And this resulted in the “Mark I” which was introduced in 1959.

How It Became Popular

The launching of the MINI cooper totally amazed everyone as the public hasn’t seen anything like it before. He created more room in the cockpit thus pushing its wheels to the corners. Facing the engine sideways to give the car more stability in a tight turn and also adding more passenger space on the inside. It was originally sold using the nameplate of the Austin and Morris. Both the Morris and the Austin MINI later turned to cultural icons. Most especially in the sixties as people these days pushed the tie of cultural norms and traditions.

The MINI car is just a car in a British style, small in size, low-cost price, and most importantly fun to ride. MINI was also pushing its own boundaries and its vehicle skyrocketed from being a sub-compact car to being a racing car. Alec Issigonis who was the designer later partnered with Formula 1 designer who is john cooper. This was in order to build a nice performance road rally car in 1961. This debuted the Morris MINI Cooper and the Austin MINI Cooper in the same year.

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The MINI Cooper and the Cooper “S” versions soon turned out to be known as popular rally cars in entire Europe. It is a small economy car produced by the BMC (British Motor Corporation).  It originally has a space-saving engine that allows 80% of the car’s floor-pan area to be for passengers and luggage. This car was voted for as the second-most popular/influential car of the 20th century.

Now let’s go to its fastness aspect with its fastest car.

The Fastest MINI Cooper Review Is Stated Below:

As you have been fed with its long history. You should also know that as the year goes by, the engine of the car keeps upgrading. Thus making the car to be quicker than ever.

The most recent model and evolution of the MINI Cooper is the Countryman and the Clubman. They come with 301 horsepower with a new engine that of 331 ft-lbs of torque.

It also comes with a cooling, new sports brake and also an exhaust system in order to keep in check its unbridled power. In addition, it has a standard All-Wheel-Drive. This All-Wheel-Drive will help to turn at any unexpected turns.

It has a new four-cylinder engine that comes with a MINI twin-power Turbo technology. It has an increased output due to its bigger turbocharger and its smaller compression ratio. And this is in order to match the pressure of the induced charging system. And impulsive power delivery which is supported by the latest tech when it comes to direct fuel injection.

Now let’s classify them separately to make it more understandable.

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Though the countryman cooper and the clubman are in almost the same rank. But after listing its features, you will decide on the best yourself.

2020 MINI Countryman’s features

Torque: 331 lb-ft at 1450 rpm.
Horsepower: 301 hp at 5200 rpm.
Engine: TwinPower Turbo 2.0L inline four-cylinder.
Mph: 0-60 at 4.9 seconds.
Starting MSRP(Manufacturers selling Retail Price): $41,400.

2020 MINI Clubman’s features

Torque: 331 lb-ft at 1450 rpm
Horsepower: 301 hp at 5200 rpm
Engine: TwinPower Turbo 2.0L inline four-cylinder.
Mph: 0-60 at just 4.6 seconds.
Starting MSRP(Manufacturer selling Retail Price): $39,400.


So by now, you must have known which is the fastest of all MINI Coopers cars.

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