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Mini Traveller Countryman

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This is a very nice concept. Notice the open panel on rear of roof and the double rear doors. Great interior.

The Mini Traveller Countryman Concept:

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Nice nose job. But today it SHOULD have been (COUNTRYPERSON!) To please the P.C. PINCO COMMIES! :lol: :P Edited by Carguy
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Yuck. That's nasty. What's the point of streching the Mini if it still has about 2 inches of rear legroom?
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Yuck. That's nasty.

What's the point of streching the Mini if it still has about 2 inches of rear legroom?

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Much needed "trunk" space.
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I like the concept of it... the airy greenhouse and all, though some parts are very Volvo-ish.
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wow, :blink: that is nuts. but like you guys said... do u actually gain a single inch of leg room?
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Making a Mini larger makes it no longer a Mini but some goofy Mini-dervied entry-level BMW product sold under the Mini nameplate.
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Making a Mini larger makes it no longer a Mini but some goofy Mini-dervied entry-level BMW product sold under the Mini nameplate.

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A MINI is a MINI not just from its small size, but character and agility. There have been classic stretched Minis, Minis with truck beds, and Minis with VTEC engines... they're still Minis.
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This is a concept, I suspect they will squeeze out a few more inches in the interior on the production model.
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The headlights on this concept look slightly odd...not as good as the current Mini.

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Why is the gear lever about 2" off the floor?
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