BMW Group's future EV lineup will include cars from Mini, Rolls-Royce, and even BMW's M division.
It's just a concept right now, but we like what we see.
Hopefully it gets a more creative name before then.
Even with no A/C and no power steering, this Mini can go the distance.
Frank Stephenson, who designed the 2001 Mini before taking over design at McLaren, is apparently headed back to BMW's small car brand.
It's the original Mini, brought up to speed with a completely reengineered chassis and drivetrain, a modern interior.
BMW Group is aiming for more growth in the premium and electric segment as it plans for dozens of updated cars.
$41,000 will get you the most extreme Mini we've ever seen.
Buy these cars. Please. Do it.
The E.R.A. Mini Turbo was a raucous muscle-Mini, built by a company that couldn't quite hack it in Grand Prix racing.
BMW-owned Mini has sold 3 million cars over the past 15 years. It took the British original just 14 years to hit that mark.
Mini just unveiled its first hybrid, but the company is already working on a pure electric vehicle.
Suddenly, the 918's record seems so dull.
The biggest Mini gets even bigger.
BMW's premium compact got big enough to house those extra batteries.
258 lb.-ft. of torque and all-wheel drive lets the biggest Mini scoot to 60 mph in six seconds flat.
Getting these tiny cars ready for Bonneville takes some work.
A vision of the future we can get behind.
This Austin Mini with an Arden 8-Port engine sings one incredible song
This tiny, British city car is similar to our beloved Mustang, but not for the reasons you think.
How do you make a race track better? Add dirt.