Mini Cooper S Hardtop Ice Blue wears an unique exterior paint; available in the US market only
British luxury car brand Mini has unveiled the Mini Cooper S Hardtop Ice Blue special edition at ongoing SEMA 2017 in Las Vegas. The two-door model comes reflecting the blend of sportiness and style. The limited edition car is priced at $29,450, while there is a non-S variant on offer as well, which is priced at $24,950. The Mini Cooper S Hardtop Ice Blue edition will be available in US market only.
The number of units to be produced is yet to be disclosed by the BMW owned British marquee. This car marks the return of the brand’s exclusive Ice Blue paint after 2013 and thanks to the contrasting orange accents, the S variant looks absolutely sporty.
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The Mini Cooper S Hardtop Ice Blue edition sports black accents around the headlamps and taillights, while the ORVM caps are painted in contrasting orange them. It comes running on 1-inch glossy black alloy wheels, a dual tone paint scheme with shiny black roof with a panoramic sunroof. However, the sunroof comes as an optional feature.
Chrome trim around the bold mesh featuring front grille, black cladding at front bumper and side profile enhance this special edition car’s visual appeal further. The door handles, fuel lid wears shiny chrome finish. The LED headlamp, fog lamps and taillights add premiumness to the model. Inside the cabin, it features 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, sport seats, carbon black leatherette upholstery. Customers can opt for a larger 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system as well at an expense of $1,750.
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On the powertrain front, this car gets energy from a 2.0-litre twin-power turbocharged engine that is capable of churning out 189 hp of peak power. Transmission duty is done by a 6-speed Getrag manual gearbox, while there is a 6-speed Steptronic automatic transmission on offer as well. For the automatic transmission option you have to shell out an extra $1,250.