11 Jan
Mini's dune-rolling concept helps lift Detroit from mire


One of the more interesting concepts at this year’s NAIAS in Detroit is Mini’s Beachcomber, a 4×4 off-roader with an open top and sides, reminiscent of the old Meyers Manx dune buggies — or even recent Jeeps. It also comes with semi-hard lightweight door and roof units you install temporarily if the weather turns on you (I also dig the steering-wheel-mounted compass). Here are some pics, check out Jalopnik for a full in-the-flesh gallery…




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