One of the stars of Mini's Geneva Motor Show stand will be the John Cooper Works Countryman.
Mini ups the ante
One of the stars of Mini's Geneva Motor Show stand will be the John Cooper Works Countryman. It represents several firsts for Mini, despite it being the 40th derivative of the brand. Thanks to a newly-developed turbocharged four-cylinder engine, it has 218hp at its disposal, making it the most powerful production Mini to date.
All that power (and up to 300Nm of torque) is channelled through Mini's "ALL4" four-wheel drive system,...
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