CAMERON MCGAVIN July 06, 2012
Is the two-door Mini drop-top a worthy spin-off?
Is more really the merrier? Mini certainly seems to think so, growing its range from a single three-door hatchback to a multi-pronged line-up that includes a wagon, four-seat cabriolet and four-door urban SUV in little more than a decade.
Now you can add the new Coupe and Roadster to that growing list and, as their names and two-seat layouts imply, they are targeted at a whole host of serious sporting and open-air rivals. We tried the Roadster on for size.