The F56 MINI Cooper is the last ever internal combustion Cooper model from the brand. Because of that MINI is carrying on the tradition of a few classic colors we’ve known for years. But there’s also a few surprises and one completely new color we’ve never seen before in the range.

There are two solid colors (Chili Red and Sunny Side Yellow) and eight metallic colors to choose from. We expect the JCW Legend Grey to eventually show up with the JCW reveal in October and perhaps a unique launch color with the F67 Convertible around the same time.

The F66 2025 MINI Cooper Model Range 

Produced in Oxford, the F66 will take over as the F56 ends production in February of 2024. That means we’ll see the first F66 MINI Coopers roll off the line next March as the plant begins it’s pivots into a new generation of MINIs.

The F66 MINI Cooper FamilyDrivetrainStart of Production
F66 MINI Cooper155 HP (Petrol)03/2024
F66 MINI Cooper S200 HP (Petrol)03/2024
F66 MINI Cooper JCW231 HP (Petrol)11/2024
F65 MINI Cooper 5 Door155 HP (Petrol)07/2024
F65 MINI Cooper S 5 Door200 HP (Petrol)07/2024
F67 MINI Cooper Convertible155 HP (Petrol)11/2024
F67 MINI Cooper S Convertible200 HP (Petrol)11/2024 
F67 MINI Cooper JCW Convertible231 HP (Petrol)03/2025*
* unconfirmed

As you can see above the changeover will happen in three phases. The first is the iconic two door Cooper which is be available at launch in Cooper and Cooper S models (the Cooper C Comes to the US in the fall). Next will be the five door F65 MINI Cooper launch in both Cooper and Cooper S models. Finally the brand will launch its last F66 variant, the F67 convertible in Cooper and Cooper S models. We believe the JCW F67 will either launch simultaneously or follow in March of 2025.

The highly anticipated F66 MINI Cooper JCW will likely launch this fall and begin production in November.

Head over to our first hands-on experience with the all new F66 MINI Cooper if you want to hear our initial impressions. And make sure to let us know what you think of MINI’s last ever ICE powered Cooper in the comments.