Rolls Royce Mini costs £41k
How much, you cry? Goodwood-inspired special gets ready for weekend debut…
Posted: 30 Jun 2011
You'll remember the Rolls-Royce-fettled Mini we brought you a while ago. It features exceptionally high-grade materials used on top-end Rollers such as deep-pile lambswool floor mats and premium wood trim.
You'll remember that it also gets 17in light-alloy multi-spoke rims and Rolls-Royce's diamond-black metallic body paint, while underneath sits the turbocharged 1.6-litre four-pot used in the Mini Cooper S, producing 184bhp and 177 torques; good for a seven-second 0-62mph sprint and top speed of 142mph.
You might even remember it gets lots of equipment as standard, including an onboard computer, sat nav and a Harmon Kardon speaker system. What you don't know, is the price. So, if you're sitting comfortably, here it is.
Order books open today for the 1,000-unit run, and it will debut this weekend at the Goodwood Festival of speed. At £41,000.