The two-seater Mini Coupe concept that debuted almost two years ago at the Frankfurt auto show has become reality. Photos released by Mini show a lightly camouflaged car that will be known as the Mini Coupe.
This is the first two-seater Mini since the brand relaunched in 2001. The car will be offered with a lineup of potent four-cylinder engines, including a range-topping John Cooper Works variant producing 208 hp from a 1.6-liter twin-scroll turbo with direct injection. The Cooper S model will produce 181 hp, also from a twin-scroll turbo four, and the base unit will produce 121 hp.