My mates Honda B16A2 VTEC powered Mini, with Jenvey Throttle bodies going for a spin. Destroys an unaware Saxo near the start :-P Sorry for the finger coming into shot later on, was gripping the phone a bit near the end as it got a bit bumpy!!
How it's made: MINI Cooper
With its unmistakeable design and undiluted driving fun, the first example
of the classic Mini sparked a revolution in the car market when it entered
the fray in 1959. Then, in 2001, the new MINI emerged from the BMW Group
stable to lead the premium compact class into the new millennium. And now
MINI is poised to set new standards once again when it unveils the latest
incarnation of this iconic car on 18 November 2013.
The new MINI is one thing above all else: a typical MINI -- in its most
concentrated and contemporary form. A car built for individualists, it
whisks the legendary forms of the classic Mini from 1959 into the present
day and takes to the stage with greater presence and maturity than ever.
"The new MINI generation strikes the perfect balance between MINI heritage,
future-defining forms and innovations," says Anders Warming, Head of MINI
2015 Mini John Cooper Works (231hp) - First CHECK (1080p)
Some first detailed footage of the all new F56 MINI John Cooper Works (JCW)
powered by 2.0 TwinPower turbo that
delivers a whopping 231 hp and 320 Nm of torque for this small car. Ok, the
MINI has gained some weight, but 1.280 kg with the manual transmission ist
still not heavy for that horsepower-level. As you
know that I am in the market for a compact hot hatch I took a very close
look at this one. I think the JCW looks great, a lot sportier than the
normal Cooper S and has a gorgeous interior too. I would take it in this
rebel-green with the red details, the only thing I would change is go from
the Head-Up-Display to the extra gauges above the speedo for oil and turbo pressure;) What is you opinion on
this car? Please make sure to LIKE / COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE!
2015 Mini Cooper 5 Door Review
The mini 5 door is actually quite nimble and packed with technology for the
occupants. I was impressed on the upgraded electronics and was very happy
to see that nice TFT touch screen display. Thank you for listening to your
customers Mini! The 5 door option just puts the icing on the cake.
2014 Mini Cooper S Hardtop - WR TV POV Test Drive
This week we've got our hands on the Cooper S with the six-speed manual
gearbox, which is connected to a twin-scroll turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine
that generates 184 horsepower and 201lb-ft of
That combination is enough to get the 2675 pound Cooper S to sixty miles
per hour in a scant 6.4 seconds. Starting at $23,600, the Cooper S brings
both spirited performance and hints of BMW refinement to the table for
relatively little coin. Let's head out for a drive.
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Niall O'Dowd's Mini Cooper S on ilovebass.co.uk
We featured Niall's awesome Mini Cooper S just last week. Now it's time to
watch our short film we shot with his car.
See the photo feature here;
Watch on our Vimeo here;
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Produced by: ILB Media Limited
Car Owner: Niall O'Dowd
Directed & Edited by: Adam McPeake
Music by: Kiara - Bonobo
Actress: Brooke Getty
Crew: James Preston, Ryan Wilson, Ricky Tsang
Special thanks: Bavarian Mini, Shane Kelly, Steven Toner, Ross Idzhar