BMW is redesigning the third-generation Mini hatchback, and it is aiming to have a fresh design from the current version. According to Autocar, BMW designer Adrian stated that the third-generation Mini hatchback will be a “bigger design leap than the last one”.
In addition, BMW is also working on a fresh design of the interior as well, with the main focus of redesigning of the central-mounted speedometer on the Mini.
Looks like we will final see a drastic change in the third-generation Mini Cooper since its first appearance over 40 years ago, but we’re expecting that it will retain much of its legacy shape of being a hatchback. Just like the Mini Clubman and Countryman, the Mini Cooper is moving on to a more modern design.