MINI Convertible Sidewalk Edition launched in India: Soft top MINI limited to 15 units

New MINI Convertible Sidewalk Edition is available in Deep Laguna metallic exterior colour at an ex-showroom price of Rs 44,90,000

MINI India has introduced a special edition of its best-selling Convertible, the new MINI Convertible Sidewalk Edition in India at a starting price of Rs 44.9 lakh (ex-showroom). Offered as a Completely Built-Up unit (CBU), only 15 units are available and can be booked through shop.mini.in. The new MINI Convertible Sidewalk Edition is based on the first special edition launched in 2007. It gets distinguishing design elements on the exterior and interior.

MINI was born out of a crisis. It’s a brave and daring brand that is authentic, inventive and optimistic by nature. It brings people and communities together, offering them unique and unfiltered experiences even in the most extraordinary times. The MINI Convertible Sidewalk Edition is a perfect tribute to the MINI philosophy and the challenges of the current

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The stylish esthetic continues inside, where eloquent design and flawless ergonomics show attention to detail. Consider the door armrest; you can grab it anywhere to shut the door, not just in one spot. Or consider the air-conditioning vents, with their fine, graceful look that are positioned above two simple climate control knobs augmented by four toggle switches and five buttons. Similarly, the automatic transmission is actuated by four simple buttons that are easy to actuate by feel. And kudos for the simple toggle switch for the heated/ventilated front seats; it’s a sensibly easy-to-use design.

A 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster greets the driver, and offers a wealth of information, as well as the ultimate in blind spot monitoring. Activate your turn signal and a camera on the side of the vehicle activates in the direction you’re turning, showing what’s in your blind spot. The image is shown on the instrument cluster,

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