In 1969 the Austin and Morris Mini models were given their own brand name “Mini”.  By 1976 four million Minis had been made and by 1999, over five million.  The original Mini design was used until 2000 when BMW acquired the company and now a variety of different body styles are produced.

1970 Mini Cooper. Model by Del Prado
1970 Mini Traveller. Model by Schuco
1970 Mini Van. Model by Cararama
1970 Mini 1275 GT. Model by Vanguard
1970 Mini 1275 GT (Scottish Rally). Model by Vanguard
1972 Minissima (concept car designed by William Towns). Model by Corgi in 1:36 scale
1973 Mini Traveller. Model by Cararama
1978 Mini Moke. Model by Universal Hobbies
1979 Mini Clubman 1100. Model by Vanguard
1983 Mini "Sprite". Model by Vitesse
1989 Mini "John Cooper". Model by Solido
1992 Mini Cabriolet. Model by Spark
1993 Mini 1275 Cooper. Model by Schuco
1997 Mini Moke "Cagiva". Model by Vitesse
2001 Mini Cooper. Model by High Speed
2005 Mini Cooper Cabriolet. Model by AutoArt
2005 Mini Cooper Cabriolet. Model by Cararama
2007 Mini Cooper Clubman. Model by Minichamps
2010 Mini Cooper S Countryman. Model by Schuco
2011 Mini Countryman (Monza Rally). Model by IXO
2012 Mini Roadster. Model by Spark
2012 Mini John Cooper Works (Rally Monte Carlo). Model by IXO
2014 Mini All 4 Racing (Dakar). Model by IXO
2014 Mini Superleggera Vision Concept. Model by Premium X