Mini Remastered. The old Mini, just better.
Imagine an original Mini, only rebuilt and improved to be better than ever – none of this BMW stuff.
That’s the eagerly awaited Mini Remastered, set to make its public debut next month at The Confused.com London Motor Show at Battersea in the UK.
The second model from British-based coachbuilder David Brown Automotive will take pride of place alongside the manufacturer’s classically-inspired Speedback GT.
The highly exclusive Mini Remastered is based on a classic Mini and is reborn into a city car for modern living, making it the perfect match for London life.
The car boasts a reconditioned 1275cc 58kW/123Nm engine and a four-speed gearbox, while the chassis and body panels are better than brand new because they have been de-seamed to create perfect shut lines.
Perfect for space conscious city dwellers the car comes standard with an updated infotainment and navigation system, together with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, four-speaker audio, keyless-go, USB connectivity and charging, as well as push-button start and remote central locking.
Every Mini Remastered also features a bespoke leather-lined luggage space and a petrol tank painted in each car’s contrasting roof colour.
David Brown Automotive uses a combination of engineering, state-of-the-art technology and traditional coachbuilding manufacturing techniques to build each car at its new base in Silverstone.
The premium British car manufacturer is redefining modern coachbuilding, to build fully engineered, limited-edition, bespoke automobiles made from hand-formed aluminium with entirely handcrafted interiors, each specially commissioned by the customer.
Alec Mumford, Chairman of The Confused.com London Motor Show, said the Mini Remastered had attracted much attention from media and fans alike since its launch earlier this month.
The show will be held from May to 7 at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park.