MINI John Cooper Works Challenge, teamwork, sportsmanship for road and circuit


┬┐you are Looking for a MINI John Cooper Works is more radical? Then the MINI JCW Challenge could be yours: it will be presented in the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016, and only the customers in the Uk can be made with one. This special edition is based on the production model to add several pieces aerodynamic and a specific chassis that will allow increased performance in circuit.

In the MINI John Cooper Works Challenge we find the same engine TwinPower Turbo of 2.0-litre four-cylinder, with 231 CV and 320 Nm of maximum torque. Available only with manual change of six marches, is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 6,3 seconds, reaching 246 km/h.


Up to here nothing new, but there are many changes in other aspects, such as its chassis or aerodynamics. This version is identified on the outside by small changes in the form of larger air intakes in its front side, a rear spoiler on your roof and wheel arches with protective black. In addition, it includes of series the pack accessories JCW Pro, with a sports exhaust and elements, aerodynamic specific

In its chassis we find pieces from the competition-MINI Challenge: suspension Nitron threaded barrel -adjustable in compression, extension and height, limited-slip differential Quaife or Brembo brakes with pads Mintex. alloy wheels Team Dynamics 17 inch, in black, are lighter to reduce the weight of the unsprung masses, and are shod with tires Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 in measures 215/45 R17.


finally, two predefined configurations for their suspension, ‘road’ or ‘track’: the MINI JCW Challenge not clash in circuit, becoming the most radical and sporty model. In the interior stand out your sport seats ‘Carbon Black’, trim in piano black and the commemorative plaque and numbered version.

The MINI John Cooper Works Challenge will only be for sale in the Uk, in the form of a limited edition of 100 units. Each of these units will need paint ‘White Silver’ with the aspect that you see in the images, and its price will be 32,000 pounds, a few 40.300 euros at the current exchange rate between currencies: that is, considerably higher than a JCW standard.