Mini brought her birthday gifts for himself in the auto show in Los Angeles today for their North American debut. The Camden and Mayfair were there, but we spent more time ogling the Coupe and Roadster. As you recall in May, Mini created the two sports cars to celebrate its 50th anniversary and showed off both sides of Coopers Special edition in Frankfurt Motor Show. The changes are somewhat less obvious on the open top roadster, but you can certainly see that there is no back seat and the windshield is laid back to 16 degrees during the claimed Cooper Standard. The cap back on the coupe is a bit odd looking picture and vision of the real world does little to change that impression.
No vehicle display sported detail any changes, but it was always fun to see all crammed into a cabin the size of the section Toyota Venza. Ian Robertson, BMW does share a few more details on MINI's future with the "R60" 4-door 4-liter 4WD, about to get a real name and even more models in the works . For now we have the Coopers and club members and the Coupe and Roadster to keep us happy. Check out the gallery below.