Big branding changes hit the model lineup for the Mark III iteration in 1970, with the decision to ditch the Austin and Morris badges. From now on, the car would simply be the Mini.

In terms of design, the exposed door hinges were gone, and all models now had roll-up windows. The rear side windows were a little bigger, too.

The Cooper and Cooper S also bowed out during this generation. However, the 1275GT kept the torch burning for performance-loving Mini fans.