2011 MINI Rocketman Concept
The concept car has a lot to answer for. They appear at motor shows around the world to preview what we can expect from future models, but invariably the production model ends up about half as interesting to look at and without most of the technology, thanks to cost constraints. Even worse though are the models previewed that seem to take forever to hit the market. We've selected five green vehicles we seem to have been waiting on forever. Tesla Model S The Tesla Model S is gaining near-Bugatti Veyron levels of repeated delays and we're getting itchy fingers waiting for it. We know how great...
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If you, like us, think the modern-day MINIs are simply getting too big to be called a mini, then never fear as the automaker is reportedly set to launch its smallest model yet. MINI showed off a new concept car the recent 2011 Geneva Motor Show called the Rocketman, which is probably the closest...Viknesh Vijayenthiran