MINI is marking 25 years of open top motoring with a special edition Convertible priced from £32,995.
Just 300 examples of the 25 Anniversary Edition MINI Convertible will be produced, each finished in a special paint job with a blue metallic interior.
The special models are based on the Cooper S specification and come with navigation and a Harman Kardon hi-fi as standard as well as a commemorative plaque mounted on the facia.
A Chilli pack is also included as are white mirror caps, white bonnet stripes, a MINI Yours Union Jack woven fabric roof and 18-inch MINI alloy wheels in two-tone are also standard.
The Rover Mini Cabriolet was introduced in June 1993, following a previously successful UK trial of the Mini Lamm Cabriolet in 1991.
During the trial, German-based Lamm Autohaus removed the roof of the vehicle prior to sale in the UK and it was an instant hit with all 75 vehicles selling immediately - making it one of the rarest Minis ever produced.
The MINI Convertible was launched at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show. The four-seater car was available in three variants - MINI One Convertible, MINI Cooper Convertible and MINI Cooper S Convertible.
Since the 2004 MINI Convertible was launched, more than 89,000 vehicles have been sold in the UK with the MINI Cooper Convertible proving the most popular, accounting for over 43 per cent of sales.
In March this year, the new MINI Convertible launched featuring a new design and technology upgrades including a fully-electric roof, front and rear LED lights and a 6.5-inch colour infotainment screen,