The original Mini Cooper may be from the same era as the Volkswagen Beetle and the Volkswagen Bus. However, it seems like the VW bus, and to some extent, the VW Beetles, have gotten the love of modern folks as toy cars and even as a cooler.

Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper

But thanks to Playmobil, the classic Mini Cooper – which was undoubtedly re-popularized by Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean – is now a playable and super detailed toy car.

Folks, meet the Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper. The indisputable style icon of Great Britain comes with matching figures and accessories from a London big city scene typical of the 70s. I am not sure how a dog catcher hardware and a Dalmatian are symbols of the 70s but Okay.

Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper

All told there are three figures, including a policeman in classic English uniform and accessorized with a baton and whistle, plus two Mini Cooper driver/passenger dressed in attires Austin Powers would approve.

However, the star of the show is obviously the classic Mini which boasts an opening tailgate and a removable roof that allows the placing of up to four figures inside the vehicle. It further features chrome-colored accents and like a good’ol English car, it is right-hand drive.

Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper

Strangely, though, Playmobil has opted to go with Indigo as opposed to the more recognizable red. Also, it does not appear to have opening doors, which could be a deal-breaker for some.

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Anyways, since the toy car is Playmobil figure-scale, it is going to scale nicely with the rest of Playmobil’s toy car icons including The A-Team Van, the VW Bus and Beetle, and the Mystery Machine.

Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper

Speaking of size, the Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper Toy Car Set measures 7.2 inches long, 3.9 inches wide, and 3.1 inches tall (18.3 x 9.9 x 7.9 cm). It is now available, stateside, from for US$79.99.

Playmobil 70921 Mini Cooper

Images: Playmobil [US].

Published by Mike

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