Vehicle fever started during the 1960s. The main cars were sold under the Austin and Morris brands. It was uniquely in 1969 Mini started selling vehicles under its own image.
Mini was delivered in August 1959. Mark I or Austin 850 and Morris 850 entered the markets. In the UK was sold as the Austin-7 or Morris Mini Minor.
Before the end of 1967, vehicles have gone through a few updates and got a programmed transmission.
In 1961, John Cooper turned into the proprietor of Cooper Car Company. The company launched Mini Cooper Austin and Mini Cooper Morris. The cars had an all the more impressive motor is 55 hp, improved gearbox, and plate brakes.
Mini also launched Mini cooper S in 1963. Cooper additionally created vehicles for circuit hustling. They were especially fruitful in the Rally Monte Carlo. The model won in 1964, 1965 and 1967. In 1966 they were excluded regardless of the way that they are in the best three.
The second era vehicles were created in the period 1967-1970. These distinctions were changed radiator grille and bigger back window.
Third-age Mini, Mark III, showed up in 1970-2000. Mini make due in the 80’s and 90’s is the formation of an uncommon arrangement of vehicles that was made gratitude to BMW.
In 2001, BMW delivered another car with innovatively progressed vehicles at NewMini mark and arrived at 1 million out of 2007 of the quantity of vehicles sold.
- Mini Cooper Countryman
- Mini John Cooper
- Mini Beachcomber
- Mini Clubman (2007)
- Mini Countryman
- Mini Paceman
- Mini E
- Mini John Cooper Works WRC
- Mini All4 Racing
- Mini Coupé and Roadster
- Mini Electric
- Mini Hatch