Neu : Mini Coupé John Cooper Works - Bericht Video ...............Oeni
211 PS - Es war schon immer etwas teurer, ein Coupé zu fahren. Das trifft auch beim Mini Coupé zu. Für zusätzliches Geld gibt es zwei Sitze weniger, die flachere Linie und ein Helmdach.
Ab sofort ist der neue Retro-Flitzer zu haben. Die Preisliste startet bei 21.200 Euro. Zu viel für den reinen Zweisitzer?
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All-New MINI Coupé - In/Out/Driving [HD]
The MINI Coupé indulges the keen driver with an exceptional level of agility, along with a unique body and interior concept and the brand's customary commitment to premium levels of quality and equipment. The first two-seater in its line-up sees MINI not only breathe new life into its successful racing history but also provide a shot in the arm for the super-compact sports car class. The selection of engines, chassis set-up, weight distribution and aerodynamic properties of the MINI Coupé are all focused on delivering optimum performance. As a result, the new car radiates the brand's hallmark go-kart feeling with a whole new depth of intensity and achieves the best performance statistics ever recorded by a volume-produced MINI.
2006 Mini Cooper S Custom JCW Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of this highly modified 2006 Mini cooper S, converted to a John Cooper Works but still retaining the Supercharger + many other modifications. Showcases the high customizability of mini coopers in general! I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
MINI Cooper Coupe JCW 2012 Test Drive & Car Review by RoadflyTV with Ross Rapoport
Host: Ross Rapoport
Vehicle: 2012 MINI Cooper Coupe JCW (John Cooper Works Package)
Price as tested:
Engine: DOHC 16v 1.6 inline four-cylinder turbocharged
Transmission: 6-speed manual
0-60 MPH: 6.1 seconds
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Abarth 500C vs. Mini Roadster JCW vs. VW Golf Cabriolet vs. Audi A5 Convertible
Soft top convertibles get put to the test in our group test. Whats best: the 2+2 Audi A5 Convertible with 2.0T FSI power and Quattro all-wheel-drive? The Abarth 500C with its fiesty, 1.4 T-Jet engine and Fiat 500 underpinnings? The humble Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet 1.4TSI with its beautifully made Audi A3 platform? Or the agressive new Mini Roadster in its most powerful iteration - the John Cooper Works? We will compare these cars in all aspects from practicality to driving feel. Please enjoy and be sure to follow me on Twitter @Ray_AutoCirca
2012 MINI John Cooper Works Coupe
The exceptionally sporty MINI models bearing the John Cooper Works badge hold a very special status within the model range. Features such as engine technology derived directly from motorsports mark them out from the norm. The MINI John Cooper Works Coupe adds another top-class athlete to the MINI ranks. A 208 hp four-cylinder engine with twin-scroll turbocharger and direct injection imbues it with unrestrained power, giving it the tools to do what MINI does best -- entertaining drivers -- even better.
2012 Mini Cooper S Coupe - Fun Over Function? Ignition Episode 11
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago finds out if the 2012 Mini Cooper S Coupe is too quirky for its own good. Does this hard top two-seater go too far by choosing fun over function?
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► 2013 MINI Roadster - DRIVING SCENES
MINI is pushing ahead with the rigorous expansion of its model family. The latest addition to the range is the MINI Roadster, the sixth model in the brand's current line-up and the first open-top two-seater in its history. Cutting-edge, typically MINI interpretation of the compact, two-seater sports car concept with manually-opening soft-top roof; first premium car of its kind in the small car segment; unique package appealing to demanding target groups with a penchant for elegant sportiness, spontaneous open-top driving fun and irresistible design; inspiring handling fuelled by powerful engines and sophisticated chassis technology; unrivalled scope for individualisation.
Faithful reproduction of the MINI design language within the proportions of a roadster; clear focus on two-seat design and open-air driving experience; sporting charisma, with short overhangs, powerful over-the-wheel stance and high waistline typical of MINI; unmistakable design features and hallmark details underline the car's brand identity.
Three-box body structure with a strikingly stepped rear end; elegantly sweeping roadster look thanks to heavily raked A-pillars and a waistline rising up slightly along the length of the body towards the flat rear end; stands more than 20 millimetres lower than the MINI Convertible; manually operated soft-top roof with straightforward mechanism for spontaneous, rapid opening and closing.
Full-blooded go-kart feeling and outstanding safety levels thanks to bespoke chassis set-up, low centre of gravity, torsionally rigid body and optimised aerodynamic properties; Electric Power Steering and DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) as standard, DTC (Dynamic Traction Control) with EDLC (Electronic Differential Lock Control) optional (standard in the MINI John Cooper Works Roadster); roll-over bars in polished stainless steel; active rear spoiler extends automatically at 80 km/h (50 mph); MINI John Cooper Works Roadster with standard John Cooper Works aerodynamic kit.
Focused two-seater concept with stowage area behind the driver and passenger seats, through-loading system and 240-litre luggage area; wide-opening tailgate for comfortable loading; optional: wind protection insert between the roll-over bars.
Latest-generation four-cylinder engines; most powerful petrol and diesel units in the MINI line-up; MINI TwinPower turbo technology; MINI John Cooper Works Roadster with 155 kW/211 hp, MINI Cooper S Roadster with 135 kW/184 hp, MINI Cooper Roadster with 90 kW/122 hp, MINI Cooper SD Roadster with 105 kW/143 hp; exemplary efficiency thanks to MINIMALISM technology.
Bespoke colour and materials concept for upholstery, exterior mirrors, trim elements and Colour Lines; exclusive MINI Yours options and Sport Stripes in contrasting colour provide further individualisation; high-quality standard equipment including speed-sensitive steering assistance, electrically adjustable exterior mirrors, Park Distance Control, air conditioning (MINI Cooper S Roadster, MINI Cooper SD Roadster, MINI John Cooper Works Roadster) and audio system with MP3-compatible CD player and AUX IN connection; options include black headlight housing, xenon Adaptive Headlights, Comfort Access, automatic climate control and the Always Open Timer; wide range of entertainment and communications options: Harman Kardon hi-fi loudspeaker system, MINI navigation system, MINI Connected features including Driving Excitement app, web radio, Google services, RSS news feeds, Mission Control, and in-car use of Facebook and Twitter.