2012 Mini Coupe and Roadster Spy Photos
If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of sitting in the rear seats of a Mini Cooper hatch or convertible, you might have wondered why the second row even exists at all. For anyone larger than a seven-year-old, the back seats serve better use as a parcel shelf than as human-holders. Mini has two solutions to this problem: make the whole car bigger, as it has done with the Countryman, or do away with the seats altogether. The latter strategy will be employed by Mini’s upcoming Coupe and Roadster, seen here wearing mild camouflage.