The Mini Seven gets bespoke exterior and interior features and more standard kit than the regular car and comes in three and five-door guises.
The 6.5in system has Mini Connected wireless phone connectivity, Bluetooth and USB ports and is joined by automatic dual-zone air conditioning and Seven-styled floor mats.
Satellite navigation is also available when buyers opt for the Mini Seven Chili pack, which is unique to the Seven range and also adds leather upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with multi-function controls.
Seven Chili pack cars also get LED headlights and cruise control with an automatic brake function.
The car will make its debut at the Goodwood event on 23 June, but order books are already open. Prices start at £18,545 for three-door cars and £19,145 for five-door models. Respectively, that's £2920 and £2320 more than the starting price for regular three and five-door Coopers.
Mini hasn’t revealed when it expects the first UK deliveries to arrive, but some time in the third quarter of 2016 seems likely.