Mini John Cooper Works GP Concept

Building on prior JCW models, the Mini John Cooper Works GP Concept is the latest take on a Mini that's as capable on the track as it is on the road. Wider than the standard model, it has a custom front apron, side skirts, and other add-ons made from carbon fiber to reduce weight. Further bulk reduction comes from removing the back seats, resulting in a spartan, driver-focused interior. Other details provide further assurance that this isn't your average Cooper, including the roll cage, 19-inch Racetrack wheels, half-Union Jack on each of the taillights, and 0059 on the sides, referring to 1959, the year the Mini launched.

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