2021 Mini Cooper S Rosewood Edition on sale from $59,250

In yet another special edition from Mini, the Rosewood Edition brings summer vibes and 3D-printed bits to the Cooper S hot hatch.

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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s JCW Nightfall Editions, Mini Australia has announced the Cooper S Rosewood Edition, available to order now from $59,250 before on-road costs.

The Mini Rosewood Edition is available in both 3 Door Hatch and 5 Door Hatch versions, and is limited to just 40 units in total.

Key highlights include:

  • Indian Summer Red Metallic exterior colour
  • Piano Black Exterior
  • Piano Black MINI badges and edition-specific badging
  • 17-inch Cosmos Spoke Wheels in Black with run-flat safety tyres
  • Panorama Sunroof
  • Piano Black interior and edition-specific 3D-printed dash fascia
  • Anthracite Headliner
  • MINI Yours Leather Lounge in Carbon Black
  • MINI Yours ‘Wakkanappa’ Sports Steering Wheel
  • Side scuttle and entry sills with Rosewood design
  • MINI Navigation system with real-time traffic information and 8.8-inch touchscreen monitor
  • Adaptive LED headlights including Union Jack tail lights
  • Comfort Access
  • Reversing Camera
  • Park Distance Control, front/rear (PDC)
  • Wireless phone charging in armrest
  • MINI Connected Drive Services
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • Emergency Call and Teleservices
  • Harman Kardon HiFi Sound System with 12 speakers (410 Watt) and eight-channel digital amplifier

The Rosewood Edition’s eye-catching Indian Summer Red Metallic paint is usually exclusive to the six-door Clubman wagon. Mini says the warm hue is a nod to summer’s warmer weather.

Contrasting with the bright red body are shiny Piano Black exterior accents, as well as 17-inch black alloy wheels.

Mini has gone all out with bespoke appointments too, adding 3D-printed elements for the dashboard insert which features ‘Rosewood’ branding and a cool texture.

Like the JCW Nightfall Edition, the Cooper S Rosewood Edition picks up some new tech inclusions, such as the 5.0-inch digital instrument cluster as well as the company’s latest 8.8-inch infotainment system with touchscreen functionality and wireless Apple CarPlay.

Power in the Mini Rosewood comes from a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol developing 141kW of power and 280Nm of torque.

Drive is sent exclusively to the front wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifters, with 0-100 taking a claimed 6.7 seconds (6.8 seconds 5 Door Hatch). Fuel use, meanwhile, is rated at 5.5L/100km (5.6L/100km 5 Door Hatch).

The Mini Cooper S Rosewood Edition is available to order now via Mini’s online deposit process.

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