Rent a Mini with Elite Rent-a-Car
You can rent a Mini with Elite Rent-a-Car. In fact, you can sample most cars in Mini’s line-up. Hire the Mini Cooper S, convertible, Countryman, and Clubman in Switzerland, France, Monaco, Germany, Italy and Czech Republic. Choose our custom delivery service in Geneva, Zurich, Paris, Cannes, Nice, Monaco, Milan, Rome, Munich and Prague.
The first Mini production run started in 1959 under the name “Morris Minor”. Alec Issigonis, a British engineer, designed and engineeredThe Mini. British Leyland produced the Mini from its inception until discontinuing the production in the year 2000. Minis between 1959 and 2000 had relatively little changes to the design or mechanicals of the car. In 2001, the iconic compact car underwent a complete makeover. This time however, BMW took the lead as they had purchased Rover Group (Formerly British Leyland). Since 2001, Minis saw unprecedented success. Several variants now exist, each with its sporty ‘S’ version and multiple engine choices.
The Mini’s we know today are vastly different from the original models. Minis come in a variety of formats suiting the needs of almost every customer. For the family, the Clubman model offers a large amount of space and comfort. For the adventurer, the Countryman is equipped with four-wheel drive and has enough ground clearance to tackle any terrain. And for all, the new Mini Cooper offers the modern amenities to be expected from a luxury car while retaining the fun and practical aspects that make it a favorite in suburban areas and cities alike. With Elite you can sample many of Mini’s most popular models including the Cooper S Convertible. It’s basically a 192 hp go-kart designed for maximum fun. Come try out a mini cooper, see for yourself how fun a small car can really be.
The British named the Mini as their favorite car of all time. In fact, more than 450 Mini clubs exist in Britain. It is also internationally acclaimed, proof of which are the 250+ Mini clubs around the world.
Despite their small stature, Mini’s commonly compete in motor sport events. A collaboration between Issigonis and John Cooper, an F1 engineer, led to the “Mini Cooper” we all know today.