LOS ANGELES – Mini’s growth in the U.S, where it was introduced in 2002 with the Cooper and Cooper S Hardtop, up to now largely has hinged on the continuous introduction of derivatives of existing models. To some, it would seem the brand has left no stone unturned with a convertible version of the Hardtop, followed by the Clubman, Countryman and now the new 2-seat Coupe and upcoming Roadster. But there are new segments still to be explored, Vinnie Kung, Mini USA product-planning ...
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