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Mini Traveller concept

Mini Traveller concept

Mini Traveller concept interior

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Model Traveller concept
Concept year 2005
Production year -
Engine -

The iconic MINI gained its larger brother at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Mini Traveller concept displayed was one of the more exiting concepts to come out of the important German Motor Show.

The new MINI Traveller concept is a revival of the original Mini Traveller from the 1960's, the new Traveller was launched exactly 45 years after the old model.

The new model although obviously closely related to the current production Mini, features a modified front end with an all new 3-bar grille, swept back headlights, higher bonnet and more aerodynamic windscreen. The Traveller's station wagon body shape suits the Mini and has many interesting features.

The Mini Travellers rear side windows slide backwards creating a single, large open space, the rear section of the roof can be slid forward, further enhancing the open feeling while also helping during loading and unloading.
The Traveller's side doors use parallelogram hinges for maximum accessibility, as do the unique split rear doors, these being a feature of the original Traveller.

The all new interior of the Mini Traveller features 'floating' seats as well as a prominent centre display.
The designers regular use of circles and spheres is apparent when looking at the interior. Leather, Chrome and Aluminium are the materials of choice inside with white leather adorning the seats and other surfaces.

Although original, the alloy wheels displayed on the car are a bit of a let down for the Traveller concept, slightly too closed and bland, they may work with the silver body colour, imagine it in red.

Similar and related vehicles:
MINI Roadster Concept
MINI Coupe Concept
MINI Crossover Concept
MINI Concept Geneva
MINI BioMoke
MINI Spiritual

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