It is a limited edition Kev. Could be the Bulitt. It is wickedness on wheels. I couldn't stop looking at it. I loved the Mk1 MINI but it was rough around the edges and tiring to drive over long distances. I don't know why I didn't like the Mk2. It just seemed a bit plain, funless, and less well built. Or it could have just been me. The Mk3, to my eyes and bum at least, feels like a return to cheeky form, in a package that feels solid, drives well, looks funky but not silly and is comfortable. My loaner was a six speed manual that was so easy to use, that it reminded me why some people who have only ever driven decent manuals, don't easily see the point of an automatic.