June 22, 2024

Sneak Peek at Mini John Cooper Works in Camouflage Maintaining High Gas Performance

Interested in the upcoming Mini Cooper JCW? Get an exclusive sneak peek as Mini has just released a set of photos showcasing the car in its racing form with a hint of camouflage. While we’ve already seen the electric John Cooper Works version of the Mini, this particular model is gas-powered.

Many of the design features seen in these photos, such as the grille, front lower side vents, and rear bumper, are expected to make it to the final production car, set to be unveiled this fall. The grille, although new, bears a resemblance to the front end of the previous Mini Cooper JCW, but with a modern twist inspired by the 2025 Mini design. The rear end with its distinctive taillights is also likely to be similar in the production model, although the rear diffuser may appear less aggressive.

The car showcased here is wrapped in red and white camouflage as a nod to the color schemes used in the 1960s for Mini’s motorsports endeavors. It also features a “37” logo, paying tribute to the Mini Cooper S’ victory (car number 37) at the 1964 Rallye Monte Carlo.

While specific details on specs are still unknown, it is expected that this JCW model will come with an automatic transmission paired with an updated version of the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine from the previous iteration. The interior is likely to receive a sportier touch similar to that of the new Cooper. Stay tuned for more information, but for now, enjoy these photos as a preview of what’s to come.


Q: When will the Mini Cooper JCW be officially revealed?

A: The production model is set to be unveiled this fall.


While specific details are still under wraps, the sneak peek at the Mini Cooper JCW gives us a glimpse of what to expect in terms of design and performance. Stay tuned for more updates as Mini prepares to showcase the final production model.

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