While the Cooper started selling in 1959, Mini didn't become a brand in its own right until 1969. It became part of BMW in 2000, where it remains to this day. Currently, the automaker produces several variations of bright-eyed small cars, including hatchbacks, wagons, convertibles and crossovers.
Unwanted shocks are not only unpleasant, they're dangerous.
Despite its bargain price, buyers get a ton of standard features for their money.
It's the first company to put both mobility options in a single app.
Two sketches provide our first look at the first production full-electric Mini.
You can thank a new set of LED headlights for that.
The two-door hardtop gets the John Cooper Works treatment, but it still manages to be cute as a bug's ear.
Mini’s most powerful hardtop is a fun little pocket rocket, as long as you don’t mind the rough ride.
Designing different batteries for hybrid and electric SUVs than for sedans and coupes could yield better-looking, more spacious models.