While the Cooper started selling in 1959, Mini didn't become a brand in its own right until 1969. It became part of BMW in 2000, where it remains to this day. Currently, the automaker produces several variations of bright-eyed small cars, including hatchbacks, wagons, convertibles and crossovers.
The number of electric cars for sale continues to grow, but these are the best, according to our editors.
We've got this little EV for a full year of testing.
The electric Cooper SE is our favorite new Mini, so we're putting it through a year-long test.
Only 740 examples will be built. All will wear the number 74 on the door, but each will be distinguished with a unique, handwritten plate.
This crossover may have spunky styling and a welcoming interior, but that's not enough for the Countryman to compete.
This utility vehicle comes with a premium interior and friendly styling, but significant downsides limit its appeal to the Mini faithful.
This would be quite the future car if transportation ever evolves into something like this.