While he's still a fan, Mini's Peter Schwarzenbauer couldn't confirm if Mini would build the Superleggera Vision. He also cast doubt on the entry level Minor.
The first generation of the reimagined, BMW-backed Mini was a simple things, confined to two body styles – hatchback and four-seat convertible. It wasn't until the second-generation platform came along that Mini began truly expanding, offering a long-wheelbase model, a roadster, a coupe, a five-door crossover, and a three-door, um, thing?
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