Testing the new 5-door Mini Cooper S at Bedford Autodrome. Can a 5-door Mini really still cut it on track?
Each vehicle in this lineup is instantly recognizable as a Mini. Only the exterior styling of the four-door Countryman departs from the pack, and even its sibling resemblance is obvious. The style dates back to the tiny Cooper-tuned Austin and Morris Minis of decades past, but the modern incarnation looks better than ever. Inside, the retro look continues, with each model featuring toggle switches and a large, center-mounted speedometer like one in the classic Mini.