The MINI brand has evolved from what it once was. Whether their increase in size is to your liking or not, there’s one thing they haven’t compromised on, and that’s that when they build hot versions, they make them really hot! Take previous iterations of the MINI John Cooper Works, or JCW, that have been fire-breathing street racers in compact shells. Well, for 2020 MINI’s turning the heat up and has confirmed power outputs of 220kW for the 2020 MINI John Cooper Works GP.
MINI purists will remember when the original MINI got a little bit bigger. The brand grew the tiny commuter into the likes of the Clubman, and the original Austin Mini Countryman – affectionately known as ‘Woody’. But when new Minis, no longer as tiny as they once were, got bigger … Read more
Oh, how a decade can change things. It was just 10 years ago, in 2006, that BMW vehemently denied the notion of a front-wheel drive BMW ever being a thing in a series of animal related print adverts. Around the same time we were still living in a world where … Read more
[imagebrowser id=213] The Audi S1 has a rival! Its biggest competitor, in the form of MINI, has just revealed the new 170kW John Cooper Works, based on the newest generation MINI Cooper S. You may also like What is Turbo Lag? SA-Bound Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA Costs Supercar Money! Mazda … Read more