The MINI's modern and stylish look has always been the ideal complement to the Foxtons brand, with its classic design, British roots, and sense of fun.
So we were delighted to welcome, the first Foxtons Electric MINI, to our growing electric fleet.
We've managed the impossible and made our MINIs even greener. In addition to the classic design you already see in London's streets, we've made a few tweaks to deliver our big green announcement.
The electric MINI delivers 0g/km CO2 emissions and a 140-145 electric range in short, so this car's as good for your local community as its driver is for your property goals.
We're making strides towards our EV100 pledge to have a fully EV fleet by 2030, with a growing proportion of our fleet already going electric.
This design paid homage to the classic and much-loved original 'Italian Job' MINI, which first hit the streets of London over 20 years ago.
The 'Anniversary Edition' was adapted for a more sophisticated, professional feel through its pared-down palette and stark, edgy style.
Foxtons have been woven into the fabric of London these past 40 years, recognised for our results just as much as for our MINIs. When Guy Gittins became CEO, he initiated a plan to remind our people and the communities we serve about what makes Foxtons such an integral part of London life.2023
The arresting artwork encompassed the entire car, stretching seamlessly across every surface to complete the mesmeric optical illusion of an X-ray.
Achieving this stunning transparent finish took over one hundred X-rays, which were then painstakingly stitched together, to form the completed panels ready to be applied to the MINI.2010
The 2008 Mini took its inspiration from the space rocket, featuring futuristic silver and green colouring with NASA-style numbers along the sides and roof.
The Space Mini alluded to the Foxtons' philosophy of taking a forward thinking and energetic approach to the market, and also reiterating the Foxtons' ethos of endurance.2008
The 2007 concept took its inspiration from horse racing and the 6 different versions reflected the colours and patterns of racing 'silks'.
Each car was given a name which tips the cap to typical racehorse names and also reflects the driver's home track, such as Westminster Wonder and Fulham Flyer.2007
The 2006 'Punk' Mini was launched in time for the 30th anniversary of Punk, epitomised by The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood. The movement has never been far from the forefront of popular culture and today its influence can be seen in bands such as Razorlight, the Killers, Kaiser Chiefs and the Libertines.
The design reflects the combination of traditional and modern motifs that made punk so radical and innovative.2006
The 2005 'Camo' Mini was inspired by 'urban jungle' culture, a feature of contemporary London street fashion.
Funky camouflage adorned the roof and doors, whilst stencilled identity numbers and sticker-style language brought a sense of 'coolness' to the design.2005
The 2004 'Hippy' Mini harked back to swinging 60s London and the halcyon days of the Mini.
The design brought a vibrant splash of colour to the urban landscape and a smile to onlookers' faces with its bold flowers, bright red roof and heart-shaped location sticker. To further the 1960's theme, all the writing on the car was in a psychedelic font, bringing a great sense of fun to the design.2004
In 2003 the 'Urban Graffiti' Mini was unleashed on London.
Designed as a humorous take on city living, a huge graffiti-style Foxtons signature (created by a leading London artist) was emblazoned on both sides of the vehicle, while a Foxtons logo covered the roof.2003
In 2002 came the 'Hot Rod' model, influenced this time by America's racing heritage to celebrate the birth of Foxtons USA.
This model had bags of attitude - flames licked up the bonnet and poured across the wheel arches, and the sporty number shouted from the roof!2002
Back in 2001 every Mini in our fleet became a moving Foxtons billboard and made us truly stand out amongst London's estate agents.
The first 'Italian Job' model was inspired by the Mini Cooper's racing heritage - British Racing Green with large door numbers, bonnet stripes and a Foxtons' union flag in green and yellow on the roof. The design radiates a cheeky mix of fun and professionalism.2001