In 2007, along with the redesign, a whole family of Minis will be reborn: Clubman - sitting on a longer wheelbase with two suicide (rear) doors; Countryman - a conventional five-door wagon that also sits on the longer wheelbase; and Moke nameplate will likely make its return as the world's smallest pickup. There will also be a three-door long-wheelbase wagon for those that are more interested in cargo than passenger space and the Speedster, a roadster with a curved removable hard-top. And of course, the regular-wheelbase Mini and Mini convertible will make their return with minor facelift. The Mini Family Reunion will take place in March 2007 at the Geneva Auto Show…mark you calendars, Mini fans.
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