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The Mini name can be traced back to the 1960s when it first appeared on the streets of its homeland, the UK.
It was a simple design with a small price tag that allowed many people to own their own car.
When many people think of the 1960s they think of this car, it carved out a place for itself in history by offering a fun and enjoyable ride.
Sales of the original car dropped over the decades until it was a rare sight on roads in the 1980s and 1990s.
This Cooper model name that the new Mini sub-brand of BMW uses for this line represents the generic model that they sell.
Originally the Cooper name was used for performance versions of the car to represent John Cooper who was the original creator of the model.
Underneath the car is a totally new platform that the German automaker created for the line that features a front-engine and front-wheel-drive design.
This goes against the rest of the range from that company which was known for its luxury and higher-performance rear-wheel-drive models.
BMW needed to reduce the average emissions produced by the cars they sell and to do this they acquired this Mini sub-brand instead of diluting their current luxury image.