Masterpieces of Mini
During the 1970s and the 1980s, Europe was still the major market for its autos and aftermarket parts. In 1994, the BMW Group purchased the brand. From the year 2000 to 2002, Mini was discontinued momentarily. After that, it adopted the BMW-designed parts: suspension, steering, and brakes. Now the brand has developed into a big family. It includes the Cooper derivations, the Clubman, the John Cooper Works variants, and the four-door Countryman.
For years, Mini has made a balance between retro style, cost-effectiveness, and sportiness. Many customers would like to have one for its high performance and unique look. It was created as a fuel-efficient auto at the beginning. And now it still thrives as an attractive subcompact machine. And it brings better autos and parts for the public.