The Mini 60 Years edition will be available in both three-door and five-door configurations.     

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It rocks a shade of British Racing Green paint, as one does, but other colors are available, too.     

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The roof and mirror caps can be finished in black or white.

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The exterior gets a few unique 60th-anniversary bits on the hood and fenders, in addition to unique alloy wheels.    

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Those birthday baubles continue inside, where the 60 Years logo can be found on the trim finishers, front headrests and steering wheel.     

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There's even a set of LED puddle lamps that displays the logo on the ground when opening the driver's door.     

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The steering wheel and seats are finished in a unique shade of leather with contrasting stitching and piping.

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Around the world, the Mini 60 Years Edition are available with four different engines, two gas and two diesel.     

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Here in the US, it's unclear if the car can be equipped with either gas engine available to us Yanks, whether it's the base model's 134-horsepower gas I4 or the Cooper S' hotter, 189-horsepower four-pot.     

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