Mini John Cooper Works GP will debut at the Nürburgring

Debut on the occasion of the race weekend of the 24 Hours of Nürburgring for the Mini John Cooper Works GP: built in 3,000 copies, the sport arrives on the market in 2020. The one shown at the Nordschleife is a prototype very close to series production.

The Mini John Cooper Works GP is equipped with an engine four-cylinder TwinPower Turbo 2.0-liter capable of delivering up to 300 HP engine: this engine makes the John Cooper Works GP the Mini more powerful than ever.

The Mini John Cooper Works GP boasts suspension dedicated and an aerodynamic kit especially developed; the engineers at Mini have also worked on reducing weight of the car. The presence of a front bumper unpublished, and a rear wing provide more downforce.

On the occasion of the shakedown of the Mini John Cooper Works GP at the Nordschleife, the prototype has been lowered by more than half a minute with a time of a variant of the previous, dropping below eight minutes. This time however, it was not official, since the development of the GP is still in progress.