There are few more famous cars in the world than the Mini Cooper, which was reinvented under new owners BMW in 2001.
Despite its new German masters, Mini hatchbacks and crossovers are built in the company's Oxford, UK plant. From humble three-door origins in 2001, the Mini line-up has grown to incorporate an array of bodystyles and sizes, from the larger but still small Mini One right through to the Mini Countryman SUV, which is in its latest guise the largest Mini ever made. What hasn't changed for the still-cool Mini brand, though, is the level of personalisation that can be added to make the car truly yours.
This vehicle is also known as Mini (marque).