MINI Cooper Brick Lane Edition Brings British Flavor To The Streets Of Japan

MINI Cooper Brick Lane Edition Brings British Flavor To The Streets Of Japan

While MINI is already testing the new generation of the Cooper in both fully electric and ICE-powered forms, the current model is getting another new special edition for Japan in a quest to make it more appealing. The Mini Cooper Brick Lane Edition is available in limited numbers exclusively for Japanese customers, bringing a hint of London to the Land of Rising Sun.

The Brick Lane Edition is named after a street in East London that is known for its graffiti. The special edition will be limited to 180 units of the three-door Cooper Hatch, 300 units of the five-door Cooper D Hatch, and 180 units of the Cooper D Clubman, totaling 660 vehicles.

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All of the special Mini models get fancy graphics on the bonnet and profile, the B emblem on the pillars, a set of cool-looking floating hubcaps with the Mini emblem retaining an upright position, plus a San Marino Blue roof. The exterior shade is White Silver Metallic on the three-door, Moonwalk Gray Metallic on the five-door, and a darker MINI Yours Enigmatic Black Metallic for the Clubman.

Interior touches include the branded treadplates, floor mats, keyfob, and dashboard trim, plus Frozen Blue accents. The models get a long list of standard equipment including full-LED lights, 17-inch or 18-inch alloy wheels finished in black, synthetic leather upholstery, heated seats, a rear-view camera, and adaptive cruise control with stop & go function.

As noted by the names, the five door bodystyles are exclusively offered with a diesel powertrain, while the three-door gets a petrol engine. Pricing for the Brick Lane Edition starts from ¥4,330,000 ($37,638) for the three-door Cooper Hatch, ¥4,630,000 ($40,245) for the five-door Cooper D Hatch, and ¥4,810,000 ($41,810) for the Cooper D Clubman.

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