Here's your maxi-size visual deep-dive into all things new Mini.
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Mini took the wraps off its updated Hatch and Convertible ranges this week, and though the brand is unlikely to admit it, the new model is intended to serve as a stop-gap between the current, seven-year-old model and the next generation Mini, which has reportedly been delayed to 2023 due to the impact of Brexit and COVID-19.

Headlining the facelift's updates is a reworked exterior design, led by a new front fascia with a larger grille and new 'air curtain' vents.

Read more on the specifics of the new Mini at the links below – otherwise, check out our maxi-size gallery below!