Autoblogger Erin Mays got the following information and text on this MINI concept, which the company describes as a "coupe look without the b-pillar".
More text and pics after the jump. The first Traveller launched in September of 1960 as the Austin Seven Countryman and the Morris Mini Traveller. Traveller was designed with utility in mind -- space for your stuff and access to get to it.
Cargobox in the luggage compartment
Sports utility box with the ski goggles and stuff in it.
The interior design, which is full of white leather and aluminum accents, is also characterized by "floating elements" -- free hovering dashboard with its "Center Speedo," revolving central dash with digital and analog display.
Front seats swivel toward the rear, and the back seats can fold-flat.