A great four-wheel classic is back, reinterpreted in a modern and emotional way: we are talking about the Mini, in the “Remastered Oselli Edition”. It is a disturbing restomod made on the basis of the little British gem and designed to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the birth of the Cooper, the sportiest Mini. David Brown Automotive – a small English atelier near Silverstone – is celebrating this anniversary with a limited series of 60 pieces of his further upgraded Mini Remastered.
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Under the hood pulsates an angry 1.4-liter four-cylinder, redesigned by Oselli Engineering and capable of 126 hp of maximum power, grounded by the front traction wheels and called upon to push a mass of just 1,050 kilograms. The result is a pretty good sprint, with the canonical 0-100 km / h covered in 7.8 seconds. The transmission with five-speed manual gearbox uses a limited-slip differential installed on the front axle: a panacea for increasing traction when cornering.
And there is no shortage of refined technical solutions, such as the braking system by AP Racing (you can see it through the 13 “wheels, rubberized with special tires) and the suspension system with adjustable springs and shock absorbers by Bilstein, fully adjustable. of leather upholstery and Alcantara, it is available in a two or four-seater configuration: the first option includes Sabelt sports seats with four-point belts and tubular safety cage Price? Not at all mini: it starts at 113 thousand euros.