MINI has announced that it will debut a new navigation system and child seat at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
In addition, MINI will be showing off its 25-watt Xenon headlights that will be available on the Clubman, Convertible, Coupe, and Roadster. MINI is the world’s first automaker to offer a retrofit Xenon headlight with manual height adjustment, giving MINI owners a low-cost option to add the feature to their vehicles.
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The new Navigation Portable XL system features a 4.3-inch display with integrated TMC Premium traffic jam warning and an innovative holder to fit seamlessly into the cockpit of all MINI models. In addition, the new MINI child seats will provide even greater safety and comfort for children.
They will be available in three versions, covering infants through 12-year-olds. The child seats feature innovative integrated airpads to protect the child’s head from lateral forces. Two colors will be available for each child seat, Vivid Green and a modern interpretation of the Union Jack motif.
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