The Mini, heavily updated in 2007, was mildly updated for 2010 in looks, features and power. It is one of the smallest cars on the road and can be parked virtually anywhere. Yet it seats four, though with painfully tight back seats, and it can carry a bit of cargo. Engineered by BMW, the Mini has been given a major overhaul in styling and cabin space for 2007, though the basic underpinnings are still the same. Cabrio convertibles offer an electrically-folding soft-top and pop-up rollover hoops. Models include the Cooper and the turbocharged Cooper S. The Cooper models use a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine in different states of tune, with the S adding a turbocharger. Gearbox choices include a manual and an automatic. Standard features include CD stereo, power windows and electric mirrors, along with a number of airbags, with options such as navigation, sports seats, panoramic glass roof and alloy-wheel choices. Options for the Cooper S include a John Cooper Works (JCW) package that bumps up horsepower and handling, while a Sport package offers DSC, bonnet stripes, 17-inch alloys and xenon headlamps. Originally, the JCW models were only available with a manual gearbox, but automatic versions became available by late 2012. Special edition models are offered from time to time, such as the 50th-anniversary Mayfair Cooper S in 2010. A limited “Inspired by Goodwood” Cooper S model was launched with real leather and other upscale trim, for a lot of money. A limited Cooper S JCW GP edition came in 2013, featuring a bit more power over the regular JCW, Recaro front seats, rear seats deleted, stiffer suspension and unique wheels.