Luxurious new Mini three-door gets a vast £41,000 price tag
30 June 2011

The luxurious new Mini Inspired by Goodwood will cost from £41,000.

BMW confirmed at the car's UK launch at the Goodwood Moving Motorshow that orders for the 1000 cars are now being taken, with first UK deliveries slated for March 2012.

See pics of the all-new Mini Inspired by Goodwood

Externally, the luxury Mini is finished in exclusive Rolls-Royce Diamond Black and gets 17-inch alloy wheels.

Most notably, however, it's on the inside where the exclusive car has been given the most attention. Features include "specially selected materials and precise craftsmanship," such as heated lounge leather seats, and interior cladding.

Read more about the Mini Inspired by Goodwood from the Shanghai motorshow

The Mini Inspired by Goodwood gets cashmere roof linings, sun visors and rear storage tray as well as deep-pile lambswool foot mats.

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