The new MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is unstoppable. It is the first top sport scar in the range to combine the racing thrills synonymous with John Cooper Works cars with the ALL4 four-wheel drive system. The MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is powered by a newly developed four-cylinder engine with twin-scroll turbocharger, direct fuel injection, and variable valve control, which mobilises 218 hp.
The sixth John Cooper Works model impresses from the moment you first see it: here comes a thoroughbred sports car. The first five-door car out of the John Cooper Works factory does nought to 100 km/h in just seven seconds, hitting a top speed of 225 km/h.
The standard aerodynamics kit, 18-inch alloy rims, sports exhaust system with chrome-plated tailpipes, and the entry sills featuring the John Cooper Works logo show that this is a real powerhouse. The optional leather sports seats and characteristic John Cooper Works interior, in carbon black with chilli red accents and chrome pedals, leave you in no doubt as to what spirit lies within this car.
Thanks to its sporting rally genes, the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is ready for anything the roads throw at it. For this, MINI John Cooper Works features the variable MINI ALL4 system - the first four-wheel drive system to be installed on John Cooper Works models. The new MINI John Cooper Works Countryman: fasten your seatbelts!
The MINI John Cooper Works Countryman will celebrate its world premiere at the 82nd International Motor Show in Geneva.
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