MINI has officially unveiled the Vision concept at a Design@Home event with Chief Designer Anders Warming.
Designed to preview the 2014 Cooper, the Vision has an evolutionary design that blends classic styling cues with a "future-focused aesthetic and technical innovations."
Starting up front, there's an aerodynamic bumper and a hexagonal grille that features integrated fog lights. The model has also been equipped with full-LED headlights that have an outer ring which works as daytime running lights. Moving further back, there's "organo metal" accents, a tailgate-mounted spoiler and a center-mounted dual exhaust system.
The stylish cabin has a symmetrical design and is awash with a variety of colors and textures. Notable highlights include lounge-like seats, a floating center console and Union Jack-inspired elastic straps on the doors that hold magazines, drinks or mobile phones. The car has also been equipped with circular displays, a "MINI click system" and a Driving Experience Control system which allows users to adjusting the lighting scheme.
Check out the press release for more information