Britain’s cheekiest car maker wants to speed up even further. Mini is announcing a possibility for even more models.
After taking the hatchback and doing everything possible to it, coming up with a coupe and a small crossover, the Mini badge is about to get more popular.
Current pondering minds within the company are looking into three particular ideas right now. There’s a small sedan, another crossover and a sports car.
Each of these body styles and cars have particular appeal nowadays. The sedan is probably a little neglected overall but it is certain that the compact ones are where the most complaints are found.
If Mini made a small sedan with the company’s signature figures all over the place it would probably attract quite the crowd.
Meanwhile, the crossover game is pretty much a sure thing if you’re planning to increase your sales. There’s just none out there that have failed financially.
Mini’s first effort turned out great, why would a different one fail this early on? That’s something for the analysts to look into, what I’m more bothered about is the third project.
A Mini sports car, a proper one I mean, would probably have people camping outside dealerships to get their name on the lists.
Forget all this practicality veneer, it’s all fake anyway, we might as well get the fun to drive and enjoyable sensation of owning a Mini without the pitfalls of society.
I’m a dinosaur in thinking but I could be right on this one, just give it a bit more thought.