At the Geneva
Motor Show MINI announced a MINI Countryman which will get a crossover variant
that can go off-road and will be available in 4 wheel drive.
2014, the MINI Countryman Park Lane will be offered with three powertrain
variants: The MINI Cooper Countryman, the MINI Cooper S Countryman with 181bhp
and the MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4 with all-wheel drive.
is where the major changes are for the Countryman Park Lane. The body finish in
dual tone Ear Grey metallic paint with Oak Red for the roof and exterior mirror
caps with optional Oak Red stripes on the bonnet tailgate and lower side
sections. The Countryman Park Lane will have 18-inch alloy wheels in Turbo Fan
Dark Grey design. The Cooper S ALL4 variant will also come with an Exterior
Visual Package with silver body elements.
MINI brand from the BMW Group made a huge impact despite its steep price tag
with the Mini Countryman. Now with the unveil of a crossover with 4 wheel
drive, and India being a huge crossover market, the Park Lane might just land
up in India soon.
Park Lane is
one of the most distinguished addresses in the British capital Located in the
London borough of Mayfair. It is the third time that Park Lane has lent its
name to an exclusive edition model of the brand. A version of the classic Mini
with particularly high-end fittings bore the designation in 1987, while another
MINI Park Lane came out in 2005, following in the footsteps of its predecessor
after the brand's relaunch.
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