MINI Announces Performance Driving Program for Teens

MINI Paceman 1 photo
Photo: MINI
Last year MINI, introduced a teen driving program aimed at helping young drivers improve their driving skills for less teen-provoked car accidents. This year, the program will be focused on performance enhancing for drivers aged over 18.
This new program will supposedly be unveiled at the New York Auto Show along with some new app partnerships and will be taught at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by professional race car drivers.

MINI customers are usually pretty tech oriented and prefer to stay connected at all times. That's why at the New York Auto Show, the British manufacturer promises to introduce some new app partnerships that will help produce specific apps for the MINI crowd. All of the new apps will be integrated into the car's infotainment system for safe usage.

The MINI stand in New York will feature a series of Paceman models, the MINI Bond Street Clubman, the MINI JCW GP and the MINI Countryman.
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