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Mini Remastered

British automaker David Brown Automotive, has teamed up with powertrain tuning specialists, Osselli Racing, for this performance-focused version of the Mini Remastered, with a new and more powerful engine and a healthy dose of performance-enhancing updates. Powered by a tuned 1,450cc four-cylinder engine outputting 125hp at 6,200rpm and 113lb ft of torque 1,700 revs earlier, the new model can crack 62mph in 7.8 seconds. Developed for both road and track use, the Oselli Edition is also equipped with limited-slip diff, an upgraded crankshaft, a high-torque performance camshaft, a sports exhaust system, custom bucket seats, a half roll cage, multi-point harness seatbelts, and a Bilstein suspension that amplifies the go-kart like handling. The little beauty turns heads with black exterior accents, racing stripes, LED headlights, and a mesh grille with integrated driving lights. David Brown will make only 60 numbered units of the Oselli Edition, and deliveries are scheduled to start in early 2022.



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