MINI Rocketman Concept 

  • 2011
 
The innovative character of the study is defined by the systematic application of lightweight design principles and a pure-bred interior geared to maximum driving fun and unbeatable variability.
by www.supercars.net
As cool as it looks in the daylight, though, nighttime is showtime for the Rocketman, with lights tucked into the chrome beltline illuminating the interior, and much of the roof’s Union Jack outlined in white light strips.
by STEVE-SILER (Feb, 2011)

Data points Key details of the MINI Rocketman Concept

Photo Gallery Wallpaper quality closeups of the car

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Dec

MINI Rocketman Concept

www.supercars.net
The operating logic of the MINI Rocketman Concept is also geared to the multi-layered demands of a contemporary target group, whose mobility needs are shaped by their desire for driving fun, flexible usage possibilities and extensive connectivity with their lives outside the car.
The innovative character of the study is defined by the systematic application of lightweight design principles and a pure-bred interior geared to maximum driving fun and unbeatable variability.
For a brand that doesn’t lack in city cars, MINI’s new Rocketman Concept may end up being the one that captures our imagination - that is if this concept finds its way into production.
Designed as a two-seater, with the typical passenger seat next to the driver seat, the Rocketman gets its “3+1”-seater designation because of two hidden seats.
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Feb

Mini Rocketman Concept

by STEVE SILER |
Car & Driver News
As cool as it looks in the daylight, though, nighttime is showtime for the Rocketman, with lights tucked into the chrome beltline illuminating the interior, and much of the roof’s Union Jack outlined in white light strips.
Carbon fiber makes up much of the Rocketman’s structure, and it is visible in various places inside and out of the car—most notably the trailing edges of the front fenders.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand MINI
Type of car Concept car
Year 2011

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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