Mini Convertible Highgate has bespoke badging and three-colour stripes
17-inch alloy wheels are said to be inspired by the Union Flag
Cooper, Cooper S, Cooper D and Cooper SD variants are offered
The Mini Convertible Highgate has a metallic finish to its fabric roof
Contract blue piping is standard on the Mini Convertible Highgate
Mini Convertible Highgate is named after the leafy area of London
Mini Convertible Highgate features bespoke sill protectors
Brushed aluminium trim is among standard features
Mini Convertible Highgate gets brown leather trim
Mini has announced its third London-themed special edition in as many weeks. The Mini Convertible Highgate joins two limited-run versions of the hatchback: Mini Baker Street and Mini Bayswater.
The Mini Convertible Highgate can be ordered in Cooper, Cooper S, Cooper D or Cooper SD variants, with a six-speed manual as standard. A six-speed automatic is offered as an option.
It features a new paint finish, Iced Chocolate metallic, a brown fabric hood with a light metallic sheen and brown/black bonnet stripes with blue edging. Midnight Black and White Silver metallic paintwork can be optionally specified.
The Highgate edition is fitted with body coloured door mirror caps, 17-inch Double Cross alloy wheels in a bespoke shaded aluminium finish and Highgate badging.
Inside, the limited edition model comes with Dark Truffle coloured leather seats with contract stitching and a mixture of alloy and stainless steel trim.
The Mini Convertible Highgate is priced from £21,080 on the road, rising to £25,830 for the Cooper SD auto variant. It is available for order now, with the first deliveries slated for March.