Late last year, Mini announced that there was to be a new John Cooper Works (JCW) model of its iconic car. That meant taking the Mini's typical bubblegum style, churning it through the JCW performance-machine and creating something altogether less wholesome. Show More Summary
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Russia to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. The unexpected meeting shows that Americans need cooperation with Russia and that the latter cannot just be isolated from ‘big politics’, DWN reported.
There's a new hot hatch in town wearing the fabled John Cooper Works badge -- but is it as fun to drive as its Mini predecessors? XCAR finds out.
When you buy into a Mini John Cooper Works, you’re in for three things: speed, noise, and discomfort. The previous generation Mini Coopers were never known for their ride quality, but the JCW models ramped up the hardcore even further, providing lots more fun if you were willing to put up with some rough edges. So what’s the 2016 Mini JCW like? Read more...
The new-generation Mini John Cooper Works three-door, just now hitting European roads and on track for an Australian arrival around July, is the company’s most powerful production car to date. Mini’s new range-topper now sports a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder with 170kW of power between 5200 and 6000rpm and 320Nm of torque between 1250 to 4800rpm. [...]
Most car wallpapers feature sweeping vistas and wide shots of the cars. You can take in the majesty of the entire vehicle and see the way all the pieces come together. But today, we’re losing the forest for the trees. When you focus on a beautiful detail, you start to appreciate a car’s lines in a new way. Read more...
Patrick Nonwhite, blogger and attorney at Popehat.com -- when it starts working again -- joins Ace, Gabe, Drew and John to discuss the Indiana RFRA mess, Iran and Bradley Cooper's eyes. Intro: Turnpike Troubadours - 7&7 Outro: Vera Lynn -...
MINI has been out testing its all-new Clubman for more than a year now, but the latest shots reveal the John Cooper Works variant for the first time. We know this is the high-performance JCW variant because of the enlarged intakes up front, chunky roof-mounted spoiler, exhaust tips finished in chrome, and what appears to be a rear diffuser. Expect...
CarAdvice’s spy photographers have snapped a red-hot Mini JCW Cabrio prototype testing in the snow in Germany. The spy images show the John Cooper Works Cabrio test car with only light camouflage on its bonnet and the top of its windscreen, while the squiggly black and yellow plastic wrap does a slightly better job of [...]
The Mini Convertible John Cooper Works looks ready to hit showrooms in a fresh set of spy shots during cold weather testing. The body kit comes directly from the JCW version of the two-door Hardtop. Continue reading Mini JCW Convertible...Show More Summary
When Mini introduced the new John Cooper Works Hardtop model at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show we had no idea the BMW-owned brand was also working on a convertible model. That became apparent about a month later when a camouflaged Mini Convertible wearing a front bumper identical to the JCW Hardtop was spotted by our trusty paparazzi. Show More Summary
Pricing and specification details for the 2015 Mini John Cooper Works hatchback have been announced, with the range-topping go-fast model to start below $50K. Mini JCW pricing kicks off at $47,400 plus on-road costs for the six-speed manual, or $49,950 for the six-speed automatic version. That makes it $3000 cheaper than the model it replaces, [...]
MINI’s new 170kW/320Nm John Cooper Works hot hatch will hit Australia in the third quarter with a $47,400 starting price, the carmaker has confirmed. The 2015 JCW’s pricing, which marks a $3000 saving over its predecessor, sees the hot hatch join a new Cooper range positioned as an overall more affordable line-up than the previous generation. Show More Summary
The 2015 Detroit Auto Show brought a meaner and quicker Mini JCW hardtop to the market. Equipped with larger air inlets, a new front grille, a new diffuser, and more importantly, a new four-banger, this latest Mini to sport a John Cooper Works badge is also the most powerful Mini to come from the BMW-owned company. Show More Summary
MINI has just introduced its new John Cooper Works performance edition of its latest Hardtop but if you want the same sporty look for less than the car’s $31,450 starting price, the British brand is offering a new Sport Pack that adds many of the visual tweaks of the dedicated JCW model. The Sport Pack is designed for both the regular...
Mini has never offered a John Cooper Works version of its convertible model before, but that looks like it's about to change, judging from this latest prototype spotted undergoing cold-weather testing in snowy Scandinavia. Continue reading...Show More Summary
MINI’s third-generation Hardtop has finally received its John Cooper Works variant, with the sporty hatch making its official debut this week at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. It was at the show where MINI announced that the new JCW Hardtop will go on sale in the spring, priced from $31,450 including its $850 destination charge. The subcompact...
BMW-owned Mini took the stage at the Detroit Auto Show to take the wraps off a 2015 John Cooper Works Hardtop -- the most powerful Mini the company has produced to date.
Looking for a high-performance MINI? Meet the 2015 John Cooper Works Hardtop. The latest addition to the MINI family has a 2-liter turbo-four that makes 228 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque. Zero to 60 comes in under 6 seconds, but the brand adds that it can jump from 50 to 75 in 5.6 seconds. Show More Summary
Mini has a roaring rebuttal to the latest Volkswagen GTI with its new, 228-horsepower John Cooper Works Hardtop. Continue reading John Cooper Works Mini rolls into Detroit, asks 'GTI who?' John Cooper Works Mini rolls into Detroit, asks 'GTI who?' originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 12 Jan 2015 17:29:00 EST. Show More Summary