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2021 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works announced for Australia
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22nd Jul 2020
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2021 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works announced for Australia

The 2021 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works has been announced for Australia, bringing a fresh look and new tech. The sporty Mini SUV now comes with LED headlight and rear tail-lights – complete with its signature Union Jack design – as standard across the Countryman range. Daytime running lights, indicators, and fog lights are also LED.
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Ben Zachariah
2020 Mini JCW GP: Auto-only hot hatch revealed
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20th Nov 2019
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2020 Mini JCW GP: Auto-only hot hatch revealed

Mini's hottest ever hatch has been revealed. The new JCW GP has just two seats, packs 225kW... and is only available with an automatic gearbox. This is the third Mini JCW GP. Like its predecessors, it's significantly more focused than the regular Mini line-up – the rear seats are gone, the body has been stiffened up, and there are bespoke mounts for the engine, transmission and suspension.
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Scott Collie
2019 Mini Clubman JCW, Countryman JCW revealed
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14th May 2019
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2019 Mini Clubman JCW, Countryman JCW revealed

Mini has detailed the updated John Cooper Works versions of its Clubman wagon and Countryman crossover, which both get beefier performance amongst other upgrades. Headlining the changes is what lies under the bonnet – a 225kW/450Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine borrowed from the related BMW X2 M35i, the most powerful engine fitted to a production Mini.
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James Wong
2020 Mini JCW GP to make over 220kW
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13th Feb 2019
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2020 Mini JCW GP to make over 220kW

Mini has confirmed the 2020 John Cooper Works GP will offer more than 220kW when it launches next year, comfortably usurping its pared-back predecessors for punch. As with the wider Mini range, we know the next GP will draw on a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine. At the moment, the most powerful model in the Cooper Hatch line-up – the JCW – makes 170kW, all put to the front wheels.
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Scott Collie