Mini's line will grow to 10 vehicles by 2020, up from seven today, as it switches to a front-wheel-drive architecture developed with BMW.
In addition to replacements for the current range, Mini likely will add a five-door station wagon, a commercial van and possibly a sedan.
The fwd platform debuts with the third-generation Mini Cooper hardtop early next year. Mini and BMW also will share systems and components such as heating and air conditioning.
Cooper hardtop: The third-generation hatchback is expected in 2014. The redesigned Cooper S hardtop will be slightly longer and will feature a more raked windshield. It will share a new fwd and four-wheel-drive architecture with a new range of entry-level BMWs.
Convertible: The redesigned version will go on sale in 2015.
Clubman: Look for a freshening in 2016.
Countryman: The small crossover will be freshened in late 2015 and switch to the new platform in 2018.
Paceman: The three-door derivative of the five-door Countryman went on sale this year. No changes will be made for several years.
Coupe: No changes are expected for the next few years.
Roadster: The convertible is only 2 years old and will be one of the last cars switching to the new architecture.