MINI's new 2014 Cooper has been spied testing once more, offering a revealing look at the light hatch's new interior and LED tail-light design.
The images suggest that the new model's rear lights will be larger than on the current model, while also revealing a new look to the circular dash design.
The new Cooper appears to be wider and lower than the current-gen R56 model, with more organic styling to emphasise each wheelarch and give a more compact appearance to the car's glasshouse.
The windscreen also appears to have a more shallow rake than before, which should bring aerodynamic improvements as well as a sleeker silhouette.
In addition, a wider and shorter grille will add some visual width to the new Cooper's fascia.
This prototype’s interior also suggests a continuation of previous MINI retro shapes, but with more contemporary details and switchgear.
Entry-level Coopers are expected to make use of a new range of three-cylinder petrol and diesel motors, to be shared with BMW's new compact car line up.
Turbochargers will be extensively employed, and will also make use of BMW's TwinPower twin-scroll turbo technology as well as direct injection.
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