Taking things to the extreme, our designers and engineers are driven by their ambition to create a uniquely track-focused racer. They enjoy challenges. They leave their comfort zones – adding angles, lines and surfaces no others dare to embrace.
Pushing boundaries is deeply rooted in our DNA. Conceived for the streets, but born on the racetrack – the MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept continues where our GP1 and GP2 left off. It strikes an impressive balance of intimidating beauty and strength, MINI John Cooper Works power, aerodynamics and construction captivate the observer with every detail.
This is a story of exciting contrast. Combining highest aesthetics with powerful sportiness, the MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept is presented in a stunning shade of Black Jack Anthracite. Curbside Red and High Speed Orange accentuate the smooth, sleek lines of the bodywork, underlining its assertiveness. It's bursting with adrenaline.
The MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept features tinted windows with a hint of mystery and aggression. The distinctive front is defined by the growling grill and menacing hood scoop. Low, wide and ferociously poised – it’s ready to run, not walk.
Stripped-down and simple, the interior continues the spirit of contrast. Tension is created between the stark white and striking details. This whiteness underscores the athletic strength. It’s punctuated solely by the bright aluminium roll cage, black dashboard and digital interface in the centre console.
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John Cooper Works
INSPIRED BY A LEGEND.
The MINI John Cooper Works 3 Door, Convertible, Clubman and Countryman models each have their own unique characteristics but all boast awe-inspiring power under the bonnet – and share the same proud legacy. Each model is built with racing-grade tuning and upgraded parts to deliver a potent combination of precision handling and ballistic acceleration that would make John Cooper proud.