Itâ€™s been discussed, to an exhausting length, that Americanâ€™s donâ€™t like hatchbacks or wagons. No one really has an answer as to why, but we â€˜Mericans just donâ€™t like them. Itâ€™s because of this hatred for hatchback vehicles, we donâ€™t get the lovely BMW M135i hatchback, or any of the 1 Series hatches. Many enthusiasts are deeply upset by this, as the aforementioned hatches are considered to be some of the most entertaining BMWs currently on sale. If youâ€™re one of those enthusiasts, donâ€™t fret because BMW actually does sell a hot hatch in America. It just doesnâ€™t have a BMW logo on it â€” The MINI Cooper S. Owned by BMW, MINI now sells its Cooper S with a B48 BMW engine under its hood. Itâ€™s the very same engine, in fact, that will be in the upcoming BMW 330i LCI. Having sampled this engine recently, in the Cooper S 4-Door, I can vouch for its broad powerband and BMW-like refinement. It has more than enough power to entertain and can motivate the Cooper S to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds. Thatâ€™s plenty quick enough for a hot hatch. The sound it makes is also throaty and aggressive. So the Cooper S is definitely exciting to drive. Full Article - Does BMW Already Sell A Hot Hatch In America?