MINI unveils Cooper T, can run on tea-leaf biofuel composite

MINI is revolutionizing the automotive industry by introducing the world's first car that can run on a tea-leaf biofuel composite.

Out of nowhere, MINI's engineers, scientists and designers have come up with a new frugal model that can do 40 mpc (miles per cup). It's called the Cooper T and represents the first vehicle to be compatible with a tea-leaf biofuel composite and also comes as standard with an industry-first Dunk Avoidance Technology (DAT). The groundbreaking system doesn't allow anyone "from inserting biscuits into the MINI T's fuel tank in order to moisten their snacks."

MINI says the 2014 Cooper T will be available in several exterior paint schemes such as Earl Grey, Chamomile Yellow and Red Bush. The model goes on sale worldwide starting today, on Aprils Fools' Day, together with the MINI Paceman GoalCooper.

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