The third generation MINI JCW hardtop to wear the GP badge is an expression of pure racing passion that John Cooper would be proud of. In keeping with a nod to the prestigious Monte Carlo win while updated for 2021, its sleek and uncompromising design is a testament to the legends that came before.
The 2021 GP is powered by a new 220 kW/301 hp 4-cylinder engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology under the bonnet sets a new benchmark in the small car segment.
A menacing hood scoop and a low and ferociously poised front end were designed to look just at home on and off the track. Precisey moulded air deflectors with wide open air intakes, large light alloy wheels, and a distinctive rear apron with central twin tail pipes—and its weight-optimized construction redefines what it means to be aerodynamically crafted.
The MINI John Cooper Works Hardtop 2 Door, Convertible, Clubman and Countryman models each have their own unique characteristics, and they all boast high performance specs under the bonnet. With precision handling, powerful acceleration, and the captivating sound of the exhaust, this driving experience is truly visceral.
Dampers, stabilisers and additional springs have been especially developed and tuned to the vehicle’s handling characteristics. And with its wider track width and 10mm lower-than-standard suspension it exudes pure power and performance.
It’s a rebel. But with a very definite cause.
Engine: 2.0 Litre turbo four
Top speed: 265Kmph
0-100Kmph: 5.2 Secs
Fuel consumption: 7.3 l/100 km