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MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept unveiled ahead of 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show

In the late sixties, Mini was one of the few superstar vehicles in the rally scene for claiming a number of victories at the Monte Carlo Race throughout the years - this was around 50 years ago. And this year, the automaker developed a vehicle to celebrate the Mini's history, which we will see at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. However, Mini has already released photos of it - the MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept.

One of the board members of BMW AMG who is also in charge of MINI, Peter Schwarzenbauer, said that this creation is like driving fun in its purest form. He also said that the Mini John Cooper Works GP Concept is about unrestricted feelings of driving and levels of performance in motorsport.

Like previous Mini GP concepts, the John Cooper Works is quite flashy too - with wings, air intakes and carbon fiber, and an aggressive front clip that come with air intakes and carbon fiber front apron. More carbon fiber details have been used on the side skirts. There are flared arches on both the front and rear wheel openings that seamlessly blend into the huge rear wing and some aggressive add-ons that round off the vehicle's look. As for the paint job, Mini is not known for having bold and bright finishes, but it was finished in just the right combination of red, silver, grey and orange.

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2018 MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) Countryman gets official

Each time that Mini launches a new generation of the Countryman crossover, a John Cooper Works performance version is always expected to follow. When Mini unveiled the next-gen 2017 Mini Countryman at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, people were also expected the carmaker to release a JCW variant – especially that the current generation had one.

Now, it is official. Mini will be offering John Cooper Works version of the new-gen Countryman. Bound for launch for the 2018 model year, the new Mini John Cooper Works Countryman takes the Mini Countryman to a whole new level, both in terms of looks and performance. Mini is planning to unveil the new Mini John Cooper Works Countryman to the global public the Shanghai Motor Show in April 2017, with sales in the United States set to commence in the same month.

Even at a glance, the new Mini John Cooper Works Countryman exudes a fusion of athleticism and versatility. It is also laden with a number of features that distinguish it from a typical Countryman. Measuring 169.8 inches in length, 71.7 inches in width and 61.3 inches in height, this performance version of the Mini Countryman has been given a number of model-specific features like the John Cooper Works Aerodynamic Kit. This kit includes the large air intakes in the front apron and a model-specific roof spoiler. The Mini John Cooper Works Countryman is also provided with LED units as headlights.

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2018 MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) Countryman rendered

Let’s just admit it – the MINI Countryman John Cooper Works is a crossover that is not just hot-looking but is also an elegant sporty performer. This is why each time that Mini unveils a new Countryman crossover, sporty minded customers are already watching out for the John Cooper Works performance version of this vehicle.

Just recently, Mini unveiled the next generation Mini Countryman – starting 2017 model year -- at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. And since the previous generation had a JCW version for almost every model year, the next-generation Countryman is also heavily expected to have its own variant. Right now, Mini is probably in the final stages of completing the John Cooper Works version of the Countryman. Not a few are expecting that the Countryman that has been tested at the Nurburgring throughout the year is the next JCW version.

However, it remains a mystery how the next Mini Countryman John Cooper Works would look like. At the Nurburgring, the Mini Countryman believed to be the JCW was wrapped in camouflage so the appearance of this performance-oriented version was far from being totally exposed. However, the camouflaged Mini Countryman clearly reveals larger air intakes on the front bumper, new side skirts, a modified rear bumper and newly designed alloy wheels.

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2017 MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) Clubman offers impressive performance with 231hp and 350Nm

The arrival of the new MINI John Cooper Works Clubman will mark another milestone in the British brand’s exclusive line-up. In fact, its world premiere is expected at the upcoming 2016 Paris Auto Show. Given that, it probably won’t hurt if we’ll have our own sneak peek and see what MINI has added to boost its iconic premium compact segment.

Just like any other John Cooper Works models, the Clubman is equipped with a sports car-themed cockpit, aerodynamically enhanced exterior plus its exclusive package of engine and suspension systems. Other model-specific standard features include the advanced steering wheel and cruise control w/brake function, Radio MINI Visual Boost, Comfort Access, Park Distance Control, MINI Driving Modes and the iconic LED headlights.

Aside from the fully enhanced power transmission (both on the rear and front wheels), the Clubman now has the new Performance Control system among its standard features. Moreover, the 2nd generation model now comes with a great deal of equipment such as the DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) unit with Dynamic Traction and Electronic Differential Lock.

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MINI is heralding the arrival of the latest iteration of the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible, offering to deliver intense driving dynamics and exhilarating open-air riding pleasure.

Created to accommodate four persons, the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible features a stretched silhouette and dynamic surfaces designed to further optimize intake of cooling air and the vehicle’s aerodynamic attributes.

It boasts of a suspension technology derived from MINI’s racing expertise and certain bracing elements that allow for greater agility and more precise handling. Regardless of whether its textile top is opened or closed, the new MINI John Cooper Works Convertible conveys a definite high-quality look, no matter the point of view.

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After yesterday’s leaked photos, the 2015 MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) became official today and promises to combine the authentic race feeling with the premium characteristics and extended product substance of the latest MINI Generation. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine delivering 231 hp (170 kW) and 320 Nm of torque, this is the most powerful serial production model of the British company now owned by the BMW Group.

The engine is able to push the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.3 seconds when using a six-speed manual gearbox and in 6.1 seconds when equipped with an automatic transmission. Fuel consumption is 6.7 liters/100 km for the model using the manual transmission and 5.7 l/100 km when using the 6-Speed Steptronic automatic transmission.

When it comes to design, the vehicle look just like the concept version unveiled earlier this year at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show and features a model-specific front apron with large air intakes, distinctive side sills and rear apron design, as well as the John Cooper Works rear roof spoiler.

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The all-new 2015 MINI Cooper John Cooper Works (JCW) will make its official debut next month at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, but ahead of the debut the naughty hot hatch showed its face on the Web. As expected, the vehicle is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that produces 228 hp (170 kW) between 5200 rpm and 6000 rpm as well as 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) of torque available between 1250 rpm and 4800 rpm.

The engine pushes the small vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.3 seconds when using the standard six-speed manual gearbox and in 6.5 seconds when equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission.

The engine promises to offer an average fuel consumption of 6.7 l/100 km (35.1 US mpg or 42.1 UK mpg) when equipped with the manual transmission and 5.7 l/100 km (41.2 US mpg or 49.5 UK mpg).

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For those who don’t know, the current generation of the MINI John Copper Works models are powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine that delivers 215 hp in the latest MINI John Cooper Works Paceman. Still, things are about to change as the next-generation MINI John Cooper models will get a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine that will generate around 230 hp.

The first model to get the new engine is the MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) that will make its official debut in January, at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show, according to Autocar. We already saw the concept version, so we have an idea of the final design.

Comparing it with the current 1.6-liter engine, the new 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged will bring and additional 16 hp, as the new MINI JCW will deliver 231 hp. As usual, this model will be offered with a new six-speed manual or an updated version of the six-speed automatic gearbox.

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Trademark MINI style and innovation lifted straight from the race track meet up to shape the unrivalled character of a John Cooper Works model, giving the MINI sub-mark an aphorism for powerful go-kart feeling and genuine day-to-day usability. Furthermore, a brand-new contender for pole position has risen to take this successful concept to the next level and offer the guarantee of ultimate driving satisfaction to the small car class.

MINI John Cooper Works Concept provides a step up to the future generation of the premium sports model. The study vehicle will be displayed for the first time ever at the upcoming 2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) and flies the banner for ingenious sportiness in vintage John Cooper Works style, with highlights that include elite body paintwork in Bright Highways Gray, prominent MINI red color accents, custom-made aerodynamic elements and 18-inch John Cooper Works light-alloy wheels in a freshly manufactured design.

The exhilaratingly sporty driving experience inside a John Cooper Works model is the aftereffect of a comprehensive concept created on the back of the brand's numerous years of motor sport experience. The exact interplay of the ultra-high-performance powertrain and chassis innovation with the vehicle’s aerodynamically enhanced exterior components guarantees that the deft and surefooted manoeuvrability we have been familiar with as the MINI go-kart feeling radiates exceptionally in remarkably sporty driving conditions as well. The outcome is hardcore driving satisfaction, taken into another level by the MINI John Cooper Works Concept.

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It’s expected that when an all-new Mini model is presented, a John Cooper Works (JCW) version will follow. So it comes as no surprise that the Paceman, which made its debut at the Paris Motor Show last September, has been followed in Detroit by a Paceman JCW.

At Mini’s revised stand, there is one parallel to the floor while there’s another one perpendicular to it, linked to an asphalt road that rises up above the Mini stand.

The two are done in chili red and black, chili red roofs and mirror caps which are exclusive to JCW models. A Mini executive said during the press conference for the Paceman JCW that it offers on “the promise of a high-octane race feeling, even on the streets of the urban jungle.” It can deliver 208 hp and could go from zero to 60mph in 6.5 seconds.

Read the entire article 2013 MINI John Cooper Works Paceman priced at $36,200 in the US

If you are not satisfied by the new MINI Paceman, you should take a look as this version, as you will change your opinion about this new vehicle: ladies and gentlemen, this is the MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) Paceman.

As expected, the car uses the same engine found on the MINI John Cooper Works (JCW) Countryman and we are talking about a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine delivering 218 hp and 280 Nm of torque (207 lb-ft) between 1,900 and 5,000 rpm (this can be increased to 300 Nm of toque (221 lb-ft) for short periods between 2,100 and 4,500 rpm using the overboost function).

With these numbers the Paceman JCW sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 6.9 seconds and has a top speed of 226 km/h or 140 mph for the manual version and 224 km/h (239 mph) for the automatic version.

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Mini’s Countryman John Cooper Works edition costs $35,550. Customers would be paying for its speed-boosting features. The most significant addition to the small crossover is the standard ALL4 all-wheel-drive system. This means that it’s the first JCW model to get the technology. It uses an electromagnetic center differential that evenly distributes power between the front and rear wheels.

However, it could also direct power to where the car could get the highest benefit. What powers the all-wheel-drive setup is a twin-scroll turbocharged 1.6-liter four pot engine that produces 208 hp and 191 lb-ft of torque. The standard equipment includes a six-speed manual gearbox. But what’s offered as an option is a six-speed automatic with Steptronic function and steering wheel shift paddles.

The car can sprint from zero to 60mph in just seven seconds. Mini also claims that the model can return around 31 mpg. To boost the performance, the JCW Countryman features MacPherson struts in the front. Meanwhile, a central-arm rear axle was adapted particularly for the sporty model.

Read the entire article Mini Countryman John Cooper Works US pricing announced

MINI is introducing the latest member of its John Cooper Works range -- the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman, which promises to provide race-bred excitement coupled with driving exhilaration brought by its all-wheel-drive transmission setup. The MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is powered by a newly developed four-cylinder turbocharged engine.

Considered to be the most powerful engine in the MINI model range, this 1.6-litre power plant could provide up to 160 kW/218 hp of output and 280 Nm/207 lb-ft of peak torque, which could be increased up to 300 Nm/221 lb-ft with overboost.

The engine powering the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is made using construction principles and materials tailored particularly from race-trim cars. The engine is a combination of twin-scroll turbocharger, petrol direct injection and fully variable valve management that is based on BMW Group’s VALVETRONIC technology.

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As you may know already, the new MINI John Cooper Works GP will make its world debut this month at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, but in the meantime, the manufacturer released all the details we needed. First of all, the MINI John Cooper Works GP will be built in a limited edition of just 2,000 units, each powered by a modified 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo engine delivering 160 kW/ 218 hp, a maximum torque of 260 Nm from 1,750 rpm (for short periods peak torque can be increased for short periods to 280 Nm from 2,000 rpm) and capable to push the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.3 seconds and to a top speed of 242 km/h (150 mph).

Moreover, the car features an extra-powerful sports brake system and model-specific alloy wheels wrapped in high performance sports tyres in order to offer superb handling and outstanding driving enjoyment. As we said, the car features a powerful braking system and according to the official press release, it features front discs that are 330 millimetres in diameter and 25 millimetres thick, with 280 x 10 mm discs at the rear.

These are hidden behind the 17-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in 17-inch alloy wheels. On the MINI John Cooper Works GP, the DSC Dynamic Stability Control is not combined with DTC, as would normally be the case, but with a special GP racing mode.

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MINI threw out the plan to make a JCW GP Coupe model even before the model arrived or became appreciated by buyers. MINI is apprehensive about the JCW GP two-door model with the belief that it would affect the R56 GP. The Coupe is the new performance flagship for the brand.

It’s expected that a GP model would offer a better performance than the hard-top R56 GP version, which sits as the fastest MINI ever made with an incredible 8:19 Nurburgring lap time. It’s no wonder that MINI is hesitating.

There are questions about the seriousness of the brand to build the Coupe as the automaker’s true halo model. Insiders say that it’s possible MINI didn’t cancel the project entirely but it has put an indefinite hold on plans to hasten the development and introduction o the bar.

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MINI revealed today the updated John Cooper Works models featuring a new-generation engine and other powertrain innovations. In the MINI Countryman JCW, the 1.6-liter engine delivers 218 hp and 280 Nm of torque, enough to help the crossover hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 7.0 seconds – regardless of whether the power flows through the standard six-speed manual gearbox or the optional six-speed automatic.

The top speed is limited to 225 km/h / 140 mph (automatic: 223 km/h / 139 mph), while the fuel consumption is 7.4 litres per 100 kilometres / 38.2 mpg (automatic: 7.9 l/100 km / 35.8 mpg) and CO2 emissions of 172 grams (184 g) per kilometre.

Unfortunately, the other models will have only 211 hp as the official press release says that only the Countryman JCW has 218 hp. So, the 1.6-liter engine will deliver 211 hp and 260 Nm of torque, while the overboost function will allow this figure to be raised to 280 Nm for a short time, on the other models. Thanks to the Minimalism technology, the fuel consumption has also been reduced by up to 0.5 litres per 100 km, depending on the model.

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MINI has added more models to the lineup of John Cooper Works offered to customers. This marks the first time ever that all-wheel drive can be experienced with MINI racing-inspired thrills. The worldwide launch of MINI John Cooper Works is set in autumn 2012. The MINI John Cooper Works Countryman will be offered as standard equipment with the all-wheel-drive system dubbed ALL4.

In addition, it is fitted with a recently developed four-cylinder turbocharged engine that delivers 211 hp. With this new combination, the driver is guaranteed extreme driving enjoyment on all types of terrain. The John Cooper Works Countryman can be ordered with a six-speed automatic gearbox as another option to the standard six-speed manual – the first model from John Cooper Works model to be available with such option.

The first five-seater from MINI – the Countryman – actually already has the racing genes that display the character of each MINI. But with the help of John Cooper Works, these models are able to showcase their finest features even better. The new engine and the MINI ALL4 all-wheel-drive system raise the output further and also lends a remarkable style.

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The high-performance John Cooper Works (JCW) version of the Mini Countryman will be seen at Mini’s stand at the Geneva Motor Show this March. Mini has released the official pictures of a prototype Mini Countryman JCW that is presently being subjected to final evaluation tests in wintery conditions in Austria.

Mini hasn’t officially disclosed the exact technical specifications of the model. Sources have told Autocar that the JCW will be getting a significant power boost over the Mini Countryman Cooper S it is based on. The turbocharged 1.6-litre petrol engine has been increased from 177bhp to 215bhp.

It’s not yet certain how much its torque will increase or what the exact boost in performance figures are. However, the power hike implied that the Countryman JC will accelerate from zero to 62mph in about 7.0sec. The Cooper S sprints from zero to 62mph figure in 7.6sec. Sources said that the JCW will use a sports suspension derived from the Cooper S.

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Latest range of more potent diesel powerplants starting with a Mini hatchback that will have a BMW 120d engine. The BMW 4-cylinder was designed for longitudinal installation, but the engineers of Mini were able to fit it into the engine bay transversely even though it was a bit "tricky."

The engine is paired with an automatic transmission in the test vehicles, but the production models are expected to come with a manual gearbox.

Another possible feature is a stop-start techonology. The initial of the new Mini diesel models will be equipped with 150bhp, which was detuned from the 177bhp of the 120d.

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Details of a Mini Cabrio John Cooper Works (JCW) has been made available in anticipation of the Geneva motor Show next month. It is patterned after the latest Mark II Mini Cabrio, but the JCW version puts in more style and performances.

The JCW comes with 211hp (157kW), which makes it comparable with other models in the range and about 40hp (30 kW) more than the Mini Cooper S, which comes with 172hp (128kW).

Maximum torque is 192lb-ft (260 Nm) which is attained at 1,850rpm to 5,500rpm and an additional 15lb-ft (20 Nm) can be achieved through an over-boost function. The increase in horsepower is attributed to a twin-scroll turbocharger and a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder powerplant.

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