All engines, from the 1.5- to the 2.0-liter, boast further developments in efficiency and refinement.
Beyond that, the Mini trio sport a redesign of their trademark ovoid headlights that includes an LED option with a turn signal surround (halogen headlamps continue to be standard), as well as three new exterior colors (including piano black) and new 17-inch wheel designs that include two-tone variants.
2018 Mini convertible
Under the skin, little has changed, but the entry level One model has ditched its 1.2-litre petrol in favour of a detuned version of the 1.5 from the Cooper.
Brace yourselves, Mini fans: The Cooper Hardtop and Convertible are coming to the 2018 Detroit auto show with a slew of updates for the 2019 model year, and they're more German British than ever before.More news: Chicago Bulls win a wild one against the New York Knicks
The Mini has been given a facelift for 2018. Customers can also personalise the car's interior and exterior with new 3D printed parts, using the Mini Yours customisation scheme.
In the USA, engine choices are limited to two petrol models, the Cooper and the Cooper S. The first one comes with a 3-cylinder 1.5-liter unit delivering 134 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels while the latter features a 4-cylinder 2.0-liter engine that pushes out 189 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque.More news: China Orders 184 Planes A320 from Airbus Company
To cement its position as a fashion icon as much as an automotive one Mini is treating its most popular three-door, five-door, and convertible models to a minor makeover. A total of four petrol engines and three diesels make up the powertrain line-up for the MINI hatchback range, while the convertible gets three petrols and three diesels, omitting the base 75 hp petrol unit for the soft-top. A new 8.8-inch navigation system is available, with additional features.
An adaptive version of the latter with high-beam assist is also available.More news: Salman opens up about Tiger Zinda Hai's blockbuster collections
Tech Features These 2019 Mini Coopers will benefit from a new 6.5-inch display for controlling connectivity. This option includes a second USB socket located in the front section of the centre console. Telephony with wireless charging is integrated and there are Mini logo projections from the exterior mirror on the driver side.