The Mini John Cooper Works now comes with updates to the exterior and interior. There is an optional adaptive air suspension as well.
Mini has given the John Cooper Works some updates for 2022. The car gets some changes to the exterior and interior as well as the suspension.
At the front, the Mini John Cooper Works gets round LED headlights, a hexagonal radiator grille and larger air openings in the bumper. The front side panels and the rear bumper feature redesigned model-specific side scuttles. The rear bumper also features a diffuser.
On the inside, the car gets an updated infotainment head unit. It gets a new software with better graphics and Live Widgets, which can be selected by a means of a swiping motion on the touchscreen. Additionally, there are some new ambient lighting options. In “Lounge” mode, the display surfaces appear in shades of blue and turquoise, which when switched to “Sport” mode also changes the screen backgrounds to glow in red and anthracite. On request, the colours of the displays can be linked to the driving modes that are standard in the Mini John Cooper Works.
The third area where the Mini John Cooper Works gets an update is the suspension. The car now comes with an optional adaptive air suspension.
The Mini John Cooper Works facelift comes with the same 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, twin-turbo petrol engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission as the outgoing car. This engine develops 231 BHP and 320 Nm. An eight-speed automatic gearbox is offered as an option.
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