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SEVEN RIDES FOR FRANKFURT: Mini is lining up some things old and some things new for Frankfurt 2013. Image: Newspress

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2013 Mini Vision sneak peek

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Elastic Union Jack-esque straps, interior LEDs, lightweight “organo metal”… Mini gives us a glipse of its radical future with its new Vision concept. It even has a “Disco” floor!

Seven models, eight engine variants, a unique range of paint finishes, interior designs and options and a constantly growing programme of accessories.

LONDON, England - British brand Mini says its cars set the benchmark for individualised driving pleasure more than ever before and they’ll displayed at the 2013 Frankfurt auto show.

On show will be seven models, eight engine variants, a unique range of paint finishes, interior designs and options and a constantly growing programme of accessories.

JOHN COOPER, TOO

“As the original within the premium segment of small cars has now established itself in the compact class and penetrated additional target groups with the Mini Countryman and Mini Paceman launched this year in 2013,” the company says, “the brand continues its tradition as a supplier of globally successful and classless automobiles  started more than 50 years ago.”

Mini will presents its full range at Frankfurt, including those from John Cooper Works, which now has seven models.

The Mini accessories programme will also be on show: highlights will be the world's first retrofit 25W xenon headlights, portable satnav and Mini child seats, the last available in three versions covering the age range birth to 12 years old.

Each has air pads to protect the child's head from lateral forces.
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