Mini Coupe v Peugeot RCZ v Audi TT
Does the new baseball-capped coupe rekindle the Mini mojo? Sam Philip reports...
Posted: 08 Nov 2011
Even with the seat ratcheted down to its very lowest point, you still sit on top of, rather than within, the Coupe, your ankles down below your knees, not out in front. It’s not terminally bad – the stock Mini has a decent driving position, and this is no worse – but as you slot comfily into the dark confines of the TT, cranking the seat lower and lower until your view through the windscreen is of nothing but sky and passing crows, you realise how much more hatch than coupe the Mini really is.