NEW YORK — Although it's not slated to go on sale in Europe until next year and in the U.S. in early 2002, BMW AG's marketing efforts for the Mini are underway. The new-generation Mini was given a sneak preview this month and will get its worldwide introduction at the Paris auto show. The all-new Mini has no carryover parts from the previous generation vehicle. However, it does share some electronics systems with current BMW models. Rich Steinberg, Mini program manager for North ...
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