Here's the best look yet at what the MINI Cooper S
will be wearing come the 2007 model year. Though the MINI's
appearance seems to have hardly changed, what is apparent is that the next model will be longer than the current one. Autobild is guessing that BMW
has added an additional 25 centimeters to the car's length. The front end has been worked over and appears more flush than the current model with larger, flatter oval headlights illuminating the road ahead. Out back the center-mounted exhaust pipes remain but are flanked by larger taillights.