Arden is better known for tweaked versions of Jaguar and Land Rovers, but it has turned its hand to this Mini Equipe to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the BTCC championship title of Irishman Alec Poole in an Equipe Arden Mini Cooper S.
Handmade stainless steel and chrome highlights decorate the front and rear of the Mini Equipe, and the exterior tweaks are finished off with bespoke 18in alloys. Inside, Arden has covered the Mini Equipe in acres of two-tone leather, with sections of suede trim around some of the instruments and covering the A-pillars.
A sports suspension package with 30mm lowering springs is also fitted, along with six-pot callipers for the front brakes. Arden has not yet released details of pricing.