The next generation of Mini cars will be pushed into the more luxurious segment while conserving the environment.

Now, the Mini brand has been particularly eyeing how BMW will change its direction, as they have previously announced that the next generation of Mini will change its appearance. Fairly along with good designers to help design.

Oliver Heilmer, one of the Mini’s affiliates, has revealed that the next-generation Mini will move itself up to the more luxurious and fashion-forward segment. Because Mini previously collaborated with leading British fashion brand Paul Frank to help design the color, pattern of the car and interior materials to look more lively and fun. Mini sees fashion as something that goes hand in hand with cars.

Another thing that goes hand in hand is the environmental aspect that they have announced that the use of leather in the interior of the car will no longer exist as they will increasingly turn to recycled materials. The reason, similar to Volvo, is its focus on reducing the carbon emissions produced by the cow-raising industry or the existing plastic waste by recycling it and making it into its interior. Cars at the same time, they will have a Mini EV coming out to market as the main one as well.

Source: motor1

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