All three Minis sport baby power dome hoods, but the Mini Cooper S (in yellow and dark grey) come with double-spoke alloys, a rear roof spoiler, twin center-mount exhaust and air intakes in the hood. Codenamed F56, the 2014 Mini has grown, most notably the front overhang, while a raking front windshield affords the car a sportier profile. That extra metal comes from its new UKL platform, BMW’s new front-wheel drive architecture Mini will share with the 1 Series GT and MPV
. The other major change comes under the hood with the entire Cooper range moving to an all three-cylinder lineup.