Developers have increased the rear overhang by around 50-60 mm to improve load space and the C-pillar has been moved back accordingly, and now features a longer rear side window. At the rear are a set of vertically stacked taillamps and a proper tailgate.
Performance upgrades include a supercharging kit for the 1.4L petrol engine. With boost wound up to 0.4bar, the tuned motor develops a peak output of 155hp, up from the stock car’s 100hp. Peak torque climbs to 170Nm and top speed now registers at 200km/h.
Also on show in Geneva will be a Mini Clubman with the same wood panels as the 500 WoodyWagon as well as a Rolls-Royce Coupé with carbon-fiber used for the bonnet, boot, roof, and A and C-pillars.