The skinny: MINI’s hot-shoe John Cooper Works model returns to delight thrill-seekers. A compact package with a concentrated serving of MINI’s hallmark handling, the JCW turns up the wick yet again, adding more power and torque. FewShow More Summary
Join us as we drive Mini's newest hot hatch around hilly Connecticut and New York state. Continue reading 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop Video Review 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop Video Review originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 21 Aug 2015 13:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Top of the MINI performance range today is this latest John Cooper Works model. With 231bhp and a whopping 320Nm of torque, it is the most powerful Mini in history. Read the rest of the story at: Small with huge abilities: MINI John Cooper Works
You will quickly learn the many advantages of the 2015 John Cooper Works MINI the moment you find yourself on the twisty, pothole stricken motorways the people of New England generously call “roads.” Not so much a ribbon of smooth tar...Show More Summary
It has more power than any JCW that came before, but also a fair bit more polish. Is that a good thing?
The 2016 Mini JCW has an all-new look and extra power, too, but this Rebel Green color scheme is as retro as it gets.
The Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop used to be wild, unruly, and raucous. This new car gives all of that up for more power, more composure, and a Baby BMW vibe. Continue reading 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop First Drive [w/video]...Show More Summary
This is the most powerful Mini Cooper that has ever been built, and produces an awesome 231bhp; quite a feat for the 3rd generation hatch. So just how powerful is the JCW? Similar to the recent Cooper S, the JCW packs a 2-litre engine built by BMW. The predecessors never had an engine that went The post The Mini John Cooper Works; it really does work appeared first on Siusto.
It’s easy to wonder what the late John Cooper, British motorsport legend and fast Mini originator, might make of the latest 2015 Mini John Cooper Works model to bear his namesake. For one thing, at 170kW, the third-generation JCW of ‘BMW’s Mini’ has as much horsepower as Cooper’s finest race machinery back in the day. […]
John Cooper 1912 During the winter of 1910, Walter Wimbish and John Cooper were working a gold mine claim near Pedro Creek, Alaska, when Wimbish suddenly disappeared in November. This did not raise any immediate alarms since miners during this era often moved about the frontier filing and exploring new claims. But after six […]
MINI has announced pricing for the new John Cooper Works hatch range, with the price of entry now well south of the $50k mark and the standard feature list now fatter than ever. Set to launch locally in the middle of July and initially...Show More Summary
Washington and Beijing have agreed to work together on fighting illegal fishing, as well as to broaden cooperation on maritime law enforcement, US Secretary of State John Kerry announced following the Strategic Oceans Meeting at the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Washington, DC on Wednesday.
The next-generation Mini John Cooper Works has been unveiled for the first time in Australia, ahead of its official launch in July. The sneak peek was the highlight of a soiree held to celebrate the grand opening of the Mini Garage Sydney in Alexandria. The state-of-the-art facility provides Mini with a new home base, previously located alongside the […]
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 -...