Selling alongside the Hatch, Convertible, Clubman, Countryman and Coupé, the Roadster will arrive inUKshowrooms next spring.
The two-seater features a semi-automatic soft-top roof with a stowage area behind the driver and passenger seats amounting to 240 litres.
The four-model Roadster line-up comprises the 122 bhp Cooper with emissions of 133 g/km and combined cycle fuel economy of 49.6 mpg (£18,020 on-the-road), 184 bhp Cooper S 139 g/km/47.1 mpg (£20,905), 143 bhp Cooper SD 118 g/km/62.8 mpg (£21,360) and 211 bhp John Cooper Works 169 g/km/38.7 mpg (£24,860). Full details of standard and optional equipment on each will be released nearer the launch.
The package will include sports seats fitted as standard in the Cooper S Roadster, Cooper SD Roadster and John Cooper Works Roadster as well as speed-sensitive steering assistance, electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors, rear Park Distance Control, air conditioning and an audio system with MP3-compatible CD player,DABradio and AUX IN connection. Safety features include front and head-thorax airbags, an extremely rigid windscreen frame and polished stainless steel roll-over bars for outstanding occupant protection.