CoverEFX Customs MINI Cooper S R53

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The MINI Cooper S R53 looks better than ever before.

BMW's second generation Cooper S R53 first hit dealerships in 2007. The MK1 hatchback is still a popular choice amongst tuners and this latest creation shows the flexibility of the MINI model and is a testament to its longevity. CoverEFX out of Germany has just released their newest take on the S R53 model. It has been tuned for both fashion and function. The MINI boasts a 240hp 1.6-liter turbocharged engine and sits on a lowered sports suspension.

The exterior features a slick flat gunmetal gray vinyl with an expertly contrasted orange trim and roof. The aerodynamics package includes a set of glossy, black 17-inch alloy wheels which are also accented with orange. Smoked out lights give the MINI some added style. The total package for the MINI Cooper S R53 costs €8,000.

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