MINI Countryman Update to Debut in Los Angeles

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MINI is preparing to use the Los Angeles Motor Show to introduce an update for the Countryman crossover (you can read the review here), with the move coming two years after the vehicle’s market launch.
The refresh will be focused on upgrading the interior, with the most targeted area being the center console: as the window switches are being moved to the door panels, designers are placing a new storage space on the center console.

The armrests have been redesigned in order to offer superior comfort, there’s new trimming for the doors and the speedo, together with the four air vents have also gained new trimming.

As for the exterior changes, these only include two new shades: Blazing Red metallic and Brilliant Copper. The rest of the car remains unchanged, which means that you’ll get the exact same technical specifications.
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