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Mini (stylized as MINI) is a British car manufacturer that appears in all Forza main titles and Forza Motorsport 6: Apex.

The Mini brand was originally owned by various British car companies from 1969 to 2000 until it was acquired by BMW, whom wanted to enter the small car segment with the brand.[1]

Mini's core product is the Mini Hatch, whose origin can be traced back to the 1959 Mini by British Motor Company. It is available in a number of performance variants such as the Cooper S and the more powerful John Cooper Works.

DescriptionEdit

One of the most popular cars in recent years is the new MINI, launched by BMW's MINI subsidiary in 2001. This small, nimble car is a modern interpretation of the Morris Mini Minor, an even smaller car launched by British Motor Corporation in 1959 and produced until 2000. The original Mini was a revolutionary transverse-engine, front-wheel drive design that devoted 80 percent of its petite frame to passengers. It sipped gasoline, and handled surprisingly well, riding on tiny ten-inch wheels. Race car builder John Cooper designed higher-performance models called the Mini Cooper and Mini Cooper S. During its 40-year production, more than five million Minis were sold, and the original remains a cult classic and tuner favorite. In 1994, BMW bought the Rover Group, whose assets included the Mini, from British Aerospace. The new MINI is available in three models: the basic MINI One, powered by a 90 horsepower4-cylinder engine, the 115 horsepower MINI Cooper, and the supercharged 170 horsepower MINI Cooper-S. An optional John Cooper Works tuning kit increases horsepower to 210. In 2004, a soft-top MINI Cabriolet was added to the line. In 2007, Mini introduced the Clubman, a stretched version of the MINI that boasts three passenger doors and split rear barn doors in the rear. The new MINI may be a lot bigger than the original version, but it is its spiritual successor, offering a lot of fun in what is for today a very small package.
— forzamotorsport.net 

VehiclesEdit

RoadEdit

Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
1965 Mini Cooper S FWD 75 hp (56 kW) 80 ft·lb (108 Nm) 1480 lb (671 kg) 60% 1.2L
2003 Mini Cooper S FWD 163 hp (122 kW) 155 ft·lb (210 Nm) 2730 lb (1238 kg) 59% 1.6L
2011 Mini Cooper S FWD 181 hp (135 kW) 177 ft·lb (240 Nm) 2679 lb (1215 kg) 62% 1.6L
2010 Mini Coupé Concept FWD 208 hp (155 kW) 206 ft·lb (279 Nm) 2729 lb (1238 kg) 62% 1.6L
2009 Mini John Cooper Works FWD 208 hp (155 kW) 192 ft·lb (260 Nm) 2701 lb (1225 kg) 62% 1.6L
2011 Mini John Cooper Works Clubman FWD 208 hp (155 kW) 192 ft·lb (260 Nm) 2833 lb (1285 kg) 60% 1.6L
2012 Mini John Cooper Works Coupé FWD 208 hp (155 kW) 185 ft·lb (251 Nm) 2734 lb (1240 kg) 63% 1.6L
2012 Mini John Cooper Works GP FWD 215 hp (160 kW) 206 ft·lb (279 Nm) 2557 lb (1160 kg) 61% 1.6L

RacingEdit

Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
2014 Mini X-Raid All4 Racing Countryman AWD 307 hp (229 kW) 516 ft·lb (700 Nm) 4299 lb (1950 kg) 55% 3.0L

ReferencesEdit

  1. Brand overview - https://www.bmwgroup.com/en/brands-and-services/mini.html

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