British-born automotive brand Mini has unveiled two London-themed special edition models to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The MINI Baker Street and MINI Bayswater will hit showrooms around the world in spring this year, with distinctive designs which play on London areas for a brand still renowned for its historically British styling.
Both feature exclusive interior and exterior design, with the Mini Baker Street boasting V-shaped hood stripes and a gray roof and the Bayswater finished in bright blue metallic paint work.
Inside, the Baker Street will feature a new gray lining and stitching, as well as an accessory pack which brings air conditioning, an on-board computer, a leather steering wheel, front foglamps, a lighting package and height adjustment for the front passenger seat.
The Bayswater model, a more sporty variant, is delivered with 17-inch light-alloy wheels and features black trim in the cockpit to match the hood design, as well as stainless steel pedals and the same accessory pack as the Baker Street.
It will be offered as a Mini Cooper SD, the top-end sports variant of Mini’s range which produces 143 hp using a six-speed manual gearbox.
Prices will start from £16,365 (€19,660) for the Baker Street and £18,565 (€22,300) for the Bayswater, according to reports.