Mini Convertible Open 150: what you need to know

Mini has announced a special edition Open 150 version of the Mini Convertible. This model will be limited to just 150 examples and be available exclusively to UK buyers.

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New Mini Convertible Open 150 exterior

The Open 150 comes as standard with 18-inch alloy wheels and a Union flag graphic on the fabric roof. Mini has also fitted a rain warning function to alert the driver, via the infotainment system and their smartphone, of potential showers – useful if you regularly park with the roof folded down.

LED headlights are fitted as standard to this special edition, along with a separate odometer to tally the total number of miles driven with the roof down. The front fog lights from the optional Mini ‘Chili pack’ are fitted as standard.

New Mini Convertible Open 150 interior

Exclusive chestnut brown leather upholstery and an ‘Open 150′ plaque help identify the revised cabin. Many optional extras from the rest of the Convertible range, such as a reversing camera and parking sensors, come as standard.

A Mini infotainment system with smartphone connectivity and a high definition display is fitted at no extra cost. The Open 150 model also gets the Media and Chili packs as standard including sat-nav, air conditioning, sports seats and a DAB digital radio with voice control functions.

New Mini Convertible Open 150 price and release date

Mini will only produce 150 of these special edition convertibles, each costing from £29,990 depending on you choice of engines. Drivers will be able to order their new Minis from 5 March.

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