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MINI Inspired By Goodwood Priced At £41,000

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41,000 GBP sounds like a lot for a MINI. But this is no ordinary MINI. It’s the Goodwood MINI made by Rolls Royce.

The car will make its debut this weekend at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and after than customer can place their orders for one of the 1000 units of the car that will be delivered in March 2012.

Built in collaboration between MINI and the Rolls Royce Motors Cars design team, The car features an exclusive Rolls-Royce colour Diamond Black metallic and 17-inch light alloy wheels sporting a multi-spoke design. It is powered by the a l.6-litre 135 kW/184 bhp four-cylinder engine from the Cooper S. But the best thing about this car is the interior.

There, you;ll find Rolls Royce kind of materials and craftsmanship. The dashboard, central console, air vents, carpets, heated lounge leather seats, roof lining, doors and interior cladding all boast the exclusive Rolls-Royce colour Cornsilk. The dashboard and doorhandle surfaces, which are manufactured in Goodwood are finished in Walnut Burr, a premium wood trim exclusive to Rolls-Royce. The MINI INSPIRED BY GOODWOOD also features cashmere roof linings, sun visors and rear storage tray as well as deep-pile lambswool foot mats – a quality also featured in current Rolls-Royce models

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Standard features of the car include Xenon Adaptive Headlights, Park Distance Control, automatic air conditioning, an onboard computer, MINI Navigation and the audio system Radio MINI Visual Boost, which includes the Harman Kardon hi-fi speaker system. The car also comes with MINI’s 5 year servicing package; MINI TLC.

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