With a new nose and updated suspension, it still holds its crown as the sportiest normal production Mini.
Both models get a new face, tweaked suspension and more optional equipment.
Thankfully, it's optional.
The two-door Oxford Edition costs a scant $20,600.
Looks are where the fun begins and ends for Mini's value-oriented quasi-crossover.
The car could represent a new direction for the John Cooper Works subbrand.
The car will serve as the safety car for the 2021 Formula E championship.
It's tough to tell exactly what's going on, but we are definitely liking the boxy flares.