While the Geneva Motor Show has opened its doors to the public, a small spotlight is shining on the Mini Rocketman. It’s the newest concept car to come out of Mini, which revives some of the principles of Alec Issigonis, creator of the Mini in 1959. This concept ride offers a 3 +1 seating configuration with three pop out doors, for a length of 3.40 m. The doors also show an outline of the hinges, which is a characteristic of the Mini in 1959. Other design notables is its roof, which is made of glass with bars symbolizing the Union Jack, which is set with LEDs. Under the hood Mini has a brand new 3-cylinder whose consumption is given for only 3l/100km. Dashboard wise, there will also be a new interface that will allow drivers to set its central control at home on his computer before leaving. This Mini Concept is progressive with combined innovative instrumentation divided into 2 parts with 3D effect and the combination of steering wheel controls via buttons and a trackball inspired computing. As for its exterior, high-end materials such as carbon, leather upholstery items or gloss finish gives it a luxurious feel. Overall this is one serious concept car by Mini, and should be a signal of good things to come out of the manufacturer.