Same as the fellows at Road and Track, we’re still in the dark when it comes to the naming convention MINI will use for their upcoming crossover vehicle. This hasn’t stopped the R&T rendering artist to come up with these latest photos which, judging by what some sources are saying, they are not far off from the real deal.
The front-bumper has the same wider separation between the top and bottom grille sections that we have seen in the latest spy photos. The headlights have also been drawn slightly different from the Concept Crossover unveiled at the last Paris Motor Show.
The MINI Crossman/Countryman will be offered with a four standard with a four seating configuration, but some markets will have the option of a 5-seater vehicle as well. The MINI crossover measures 158 in. long, 63 in. high, and 72 in. wide, with a wheelbase of 102.6 in.
It is also expected to have a relatively low ride height and it will be available both with the regular front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive which is rumored to have been imported from BMW models.
The MINI Crossover will make its debut at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show and it is interesting to see how it will measure against the BMW X1 and its targeted customers.Road and Track ]