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Special edition features bespoke design elements, colour schemes and standard equipment

The new Mini Convertible Sidewalk edition is a highly equipped special edition with bespoke exterior and interior design features.

The Convertible Sidewalk is priced from £34,215 - £8020 more than the standard Mini Cooper S Convertible. It's available to order now and will enter production in March.

It can be specified in a range of colours, including a new Deep Laguna blue, and is decorated with bespoke two-tone racing stripes down its bonnet and colour-coded wing mirror caps. 

The folding fabric roof has been redesigned specifically for the Sidewalk edition, now featuring a woven arrow pattern in the style of a chequered flag. The model is further differentiated with a set of 17in lightweight alloy wheels painted in a unique two-tone colour scheme.

The arrow motif features additionally on the side indicator housings, while the aluminium treadplates bear the Sidewalk name. The seats are trimmed in grey leather surrounded by contrasting yellow braided piping, with additional bespoke features including subtle Sidewalk badging and contrasting trim elements. 

The Sidewalk is equipped as standard with the Chili equipment package. Available as an option on the regular Cooper, this includes LED headlights and foglights, an interior lighting package, automatic air conditioning, a height-adjustable passenger seat and additional storage areas. 

The UK will receive 150 examples of the Convertible Sidewalk, equipped with the range-topping 189bhp four-cylinder petrol engine from the Cooper S hot hatch and a seven-speed automatic gearbox. 

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superstevie 9 January 2020

I like the colour, but

I like the colour, but nothing else! For that money, I would have though they'd out the 210 engine in
Cersai Lannister 8 January 2020

Surely some mistake?

There's no credible way that BMW is daft enough to mark the Mini up by eight grand - as eveyone says, it's a comedy price for a car that struggles in the near-dead roadster market. The Chilli pack has some value but trinkets like paint and padges cost next to nothing. 

In winter, with an American word as it's name this has to be some sort of spoof-like thing surely? about as daft as the Range Rover Virgin Galactic nonesense of a few months back. 

Citytiger 8 January 2020

So basically

its the Mini Pavement edition, with grey leather seats with yellow piping so that it looks like "a pavement with yellow lines" and cost £34k before options lol, what will we get next a "A School Run Edition".