Geneva 2015: MINI Countryman Park Lane Unveiled

Cameron Aubernon
by Cameron Aubernon
geneva 2015 mini countryman park lane unveiled

Looking for a more distinguished MINI? The MINI Countryman Park Lane might be just what you need.

Named after one of the most prestigious streets in London, as well as the third MINI to be named as such, the Park Lane can be had on the Countryman, Cooper S Countryman and Cooper S Countryman ALL4. The trim level wears a two-tone ensemble of Early Grey and Oak Red with optional stripes in the latter. Other features include 18-inch wheels in Turbo Fan Dark Grey, exclusive emblems, and trim pieces and surfaces in Oxide Silver and Carbon Black.

No price has been stated thus far, but the first of the Countryman Park Lanes should be rolling off the line beginning in July of this year.

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  • RHD RHD on Mar 03, 2015

    "We need a new Mini variant! Gentlemen, what do you suggest?" ... ... "... uh, maybe dip an orange one in molten lead?"

  • Raven Raven on Apr 09, 2015

    Nice....maybe if you guys had it your way, they would only offer pepper white with black roof. I applauded the fact there are so many different combinations to be had for any of the MINI models. Dress it up or down, have it your way, there is no right or wrong. Make it fit your mood. IT'S A MINI !!! MOD ON !!

  • Bader Hi I want the driver side lights including the bazl and signal
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  • 2ACL I can't help feeling that baby is a gross misnomer for a vehicle which the owner's use necessitated a (manual!) transmission rebuild at 80,000 miles. An expensive lesson in diminishing returns I wouldn't recommend to anyone I know.
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