MINI Cooper S 50 Camden breaks cover

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

The MINI 50 Camden, with its principal Silver, White and Black colors that emphasize its technical prowess and sportive traits, is a true head-turner. The car comes with White Silver metallic body paint, in combination with a white roof, and also offered in either Horizon Blue metallic or Midnight Black metallic paint finish.

MINI 50 Camden rides on top of 17-inch alloy wheels, which are exclusive to this model, comes with distinctive silver inner surfaces that contrast the matt, glossy curves around the rim hump and on the outermost edges of the spokes, thereby underlining the special model's futurist character.

The sportive and active characteristics of the MINI 50 Camden are highlighted by lines that flow towards the A-pillars along with the sporting, nearly 3D silver stripe trim located on the side shoulders of the hood. Similar to its sibling the MINI 50 Mayfair, the Camden's mirror caps also come in a two-tone stripes going upwards from silver to absolute white.

With the xenon headlights, which are standard on the MINI Cooper S 50 Camden, combine with the headlights that are equipped with black-tinted lenses offer a bright-colored highlight to the rest of the exterior.

The Union Jack in black and white is housed in the frames of the side indicators and the Camden name becomes the emblem of this special anniversary model along with the name MINI 50 on the trim of the door entry. The contrasting color theme flows into the interior of the anniversary model with a combination of Carbon Black interior color with a unique trim on the instrument cluster alternating from white to silver just like on the exterior mirror caps.

The door trim panels are in Fluid Silver, whereas the sports seat which come in cloth and Ray leather have leather surfaces, as well as the bottom edge of the instrument cluster and Tech White finishes the armrests in the door linings. The center strips on the doors come in black with white stripes interrupting its discreet pattern, and the seat panels on the inside half or the backrests come with the Camden designation emblem.

The seats which have double-tone and double-cap seams (black on the exterior and turquoise-green in the interior) provide a visual merging of leather and cloth surfaces. Additional color accents are provided by green and white seams on the black gaiters around the handbrake and gearshift lever and on the gearshift level handle.

A white seam also highlights the rim on the leather steering wheel, at the same time turquoise color accents and design lines on the mirror caps and the trim surfaces come as a standard feature on the MINI 50 Camden as well as the MINI 50 Mayfair.

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