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A Great Start in 2018 with the new Mini Cooper in Ice Blue

Come 2018, British luxury car, Mini Cooper will launch the MINI Ice Blue special edition Cooper S Hardtop, and also consider giving your British automotive style icon an upgrade if it was the core 3-door Cooper S model

Nov 01, 2017 | By Andrea Sim

Mini Cooper S in Ice Blue Hardtop | Image courtesy of Mini USA

Even if this is not quite what you had in mind, come 2018 do consider giving your British automotive style icon an upgrade if it was the core 3-door Cooper S model. So long your Mini is a 2018 Model Year vintage, the tuning kit works. In addition, British automotive manufacturer will reveal its new 2018 Mini Cooper car edition in a unique Ice Blue exterior paint finish.

At SEMA which is currently ongoing from now till Nov 3, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, Mini is demonstrating the upgrade kit with factory-backed warranty for its more versatile, spacious with richly tailored interior models – the Clubman and Countryman Cooper S – and devoted fans of the Mini can enjoy a more impeccable driving experience on-the-road.

The upgrade kit not only boosts the car’s engine power up from 189hp to 208hp, the tuning kit “reduces exhaust gas back pressure” so that the cylinder next to it can “fully detonate and evacuate its gases, thereby increases the engine’s responsiveness and efficiency.”

Exclusively produced for the US market, devoted fans will not disappoint as the limited British automotive models will come in two variants: Cooper or Cooper S

The Mini Cooper S in Ice Blue Hardtop edition is an example of British design at its best with a expansive glass sunroof that expands to the back and a six-speed automatic gearbox for the Cooper model. Cooper S will feature a 189hp turbocharged engine coupled with a six-speed manual transmission, to maximise thrills on-the-track of any excursion.

Cooper S model is accentuated by the orange stripe and runs along the rocker panel and orange wing mirror caps, juxtaposing with the 17-inch black alloy wheels. While the Cooper version tunes into the classical styling of the past Mini models illustrated by its twin white hood stripes, white roof and white mirror caps. The sports seats in the interiors of both cars are enveloped with black leatherette upholsteries.





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