A full 19 seconds quicker than the previous MINI JCW GP, the latest version scores an 8 minute, 23 second run around the Nürburgring Nordschleife. MINI hasn't yet released how much power--or many other details--the newest MINI John Cooper Works GP will have, but it will be more than the 214 horsepower of the previous model. At 19 seconds quicker around the very fast Nordschleife, we expect it to have quite a bit more power.
Otherwise, the JCW GP gets an adjustable race suspension developed specifically for the car, exclusive chassis and aerodynamics elements, and unique GP branding. Large front and rear aprons, unique side skirts, and a bespoke roof spoiler are just part of the package. Inside, the John Cooper Works GP has no rear seats--the better to save weight.
2013 MINI John Cooper Works GP
The MINI John Cooper Works GP will be unveiled to the public at Le Castellet, France, during the MINI United festival this weekend.