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Works Mini John Cooper Convertible: Ready for Geneva Motor show

February 28th, 2009 · No Comments

Mini John Cooper Works Convertible Mini John Cooper Works Convertible

Now being coined to as the world’s most speedy small cabriolet, the 2010 MINI John Cooper Works Convertible is now aiming to take the spotlight at the next month’s Geneva Motor Show. The ultra high-performing convertible of the John Cooper edition is powered by an engine configuration of 1.6-liter, four –cylinder unit that is made complete with turbocharger that looks like a twin scroll. It is also revved up with direct fuel injection. The convertible also produces a generous amount of 208 horsepower smoothly from 1,850 to 5,600 rpm. It can also reach a torque with its peak of 192 pound-feet that can elevate shortly while at the Overboost mode to 207 pound-feet. It has a record of an amazing 146 miles per hour, as to its top speed. The Works cars have elite speedometers that can run up to 160 miles per hour.

Mini John Cooper Works Convertible

Alloy wheels are incorporated in this convertible that measures 17 inches. The body is molded with a Works’ aero unit and the latest Brembo calipers and plus-size discs are utilized for the braking system. Along the launch of this MINI John Cooper Works Convertible, the car manufacturer also released car accessories that are all available for the three models of “John Cooper Works”, that includes the Clubman and the hardtop Cooper.

Mini John Cooper Works Convertible

Starting on April, the MINI John Cooper Works Convertible will be out in the US market at the price of $34,950, with an added charge of $650 for delivery.

Mini John Cooper Works Convertible

Tags: Convertible · Mini · Tuning · Works

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