Mini Remastered Oselli Edition Introducing – Recycled classic car for the most loyal fans

Fans of classic cars and the Mini brand will surely enjoy this restored and modified model.

BMW successfully recreated the magic of the original Mini when it launched the modern Mini Cooper hatchback back in 2000. However, the Mini has continued to grow since then, and for some, nothing beats it. original car. So what if the classic Mini model of the old days was suddenly revived with enough power to match the Cooper 2021? That is the attractive Mini Remastered Oselli Edition model below.

First revealed in 2019, it is now officially on the market. Handcrafted at David Brown Automotive, the Mini Remastered Oselli Edition features the petite body of an original Mini with a powertrain upgraded by tuning company Oselli Engineering. The manufacturer offers both 4-seat or 2-seat versions to meet the needs of interested people.

Said to be the most powerful Mini Remastered ever, this version features a 1,450 cc engine with twin SU carburetors. It produces 125 hp and 153 Nm of torque, slightly less than the 134 hp and 220 Nm of torque of the new standard Mini Cooper. However, Mini Remastered is relatively light in weight, so it will only take 7.8 seconds to accelerate from 0-100 km / h (the new Cooper has a time of 0-96 km / h is 7.7 seconds) /

But anyway, these cars weren’t meant to go head-to-head. The Mini Remastered Oselli Edition is a classic yet refreshing machine for discerning drivers who don’t want a modern car burdened with electronics. It comes standard with a 5-speed manual transmission, but the manufacturer also offers a 4-speed automatic transmission option with a slightly smaller engine.

Billed as a standard high-performance model, the Mini Remastered Oselli Edition comes with high-performance AP Racing brakes, a Bilstein sport suspension, a limited-slip differential and a sports exhaust. The 13-inch wheels are relatively large by the standards of the original Mini.

Meanwhile, the car’s interior has also been modernized enough, retaining the classic knobs of another era. The 2-seat version features 4-point seat belts to enhance the racing character./Outwardly, this Mini seems to do everything it can to make a loyal fan smile. Exterior textures are all hand-painted and the main body color can be contrasted with eye-catching stripes. The main colors are white and gray which can be combined with accents in colors like red. The number “60” on the grille refers to 6 decades since the first Mini Mini

David Brown Automotive plans a limited production of 60 Mini Remastered Oselli Editions, and both left and right-hand drive configurations will start at £98,000. This price is about 3 times more than a new Mini John Cooper Works GP, the most powerful Mini at the moment.

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