MINI can stop producing Coupe, Roadster and Paceman

MINI can stop producing Coupe, Roadster and Paceman

The MINI is considering an overhaul in its model range for years to come. According to Automotive News Europe website, the brand is considering ending the production Coupe, Roadster and Paceman they do not fit your new list of priorities.

"We need to be more relevant to more people," said Oliver Friedmann, product manager of MINI. For this, the manufacturer will rely on three major pillars of sales. Hatch and Countryman are two of them, while the Clubman must complete the favorite trio.

Remember that the MINI has recently unveiled the new generation of the Cooper model that will hit the Brazilian market in the coming months. Last week, during the Geneva Motor Show, it was the turn of the new Clubman concept being presented.

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