Meet the new 2019 Mini Cooper, same as the old Mini

Not much on the new model has changed, aside from small touches on the front bumper, Union Jack on the taillights outside, new logos, and bigger touchscreen infotainment on the inside. Looking at the car reveals that not much on the Cooper has changed, lest you think the automaker would break with decades of tradition.

The 2019 Mini Cooper will be offered in three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback, and two-door convertible configurations—same as last year. Mini didn't specify the powertrain lineup for the 2019 Cooper, but it's a fair guess that the turbo-3 and turbo-4 from last year will carry over in some capacity for 2019. The engines are rated at 124 and 228 horsepower respectively. It's unclear if the Cooper will gain a plug-in hybrid powertrain, borrowed from the bigger Countryman, but last year Mini offered a Cooper-sized all-electric Mini E concept at the Frankfurt Auto Show. We'd bet that it shows up again—soon. Read more about the new 2019 Mini Cooper...

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09 May 2018

By Aaron Cole