MINI is present at the 2015th edition of the Geneva Motor Show with the Park Lane, a higher end version of the Countryman.
The brand new MINI Park Lane is currently on display at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The model in question is basically a higher-end version of the Countryman and it can easily be distinguished thanks to its Earl Grey metallic body, to the new hue named the Oak Red which is noticeable on the side mirror caps, on the roof, on the tailgate, lower sides and stripes and to the 18-inch Turbo Fan Dark Grey alloy wheels.
The cabin of the model is bringing the side surrounds of the center console finished in a Cross Stripe Grey look, the Carbon Black theme for the center console and door trim, the Park Lane inscriptions on the door sills and on the dashboard, the Oxide Silver finish on the dash and on the door bezel and several other tweaks.
The MINI ALL4 Exterior visual kit is bringing some silver body elements for the side sills and for the aprons. Power to the model is being provided by four-cylinder gasoline engines, which are producing between 122 HP (90 kW) and 190 HP (140 kW) and by four-cylinder diesel units, rated at between 112 HP (82 kW) and 143 HP (105 kW). The MINI Park Lane will go on sale this July but no pricing details have been announced on it at this time. You can check it out in the photo gallery posted below.