Meet the newest evolution of the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman and Clubman, with 301 horsepower that wasn’t meant to be reined in. Complete with a new engine that boasts 331 ft.-lbs. of torque, and new sport brake, cooling, and exhaust systems to keep that unbridled power in check. Plus, ALL4 all-wheel drive comes standard, so you can turn all those unexpected turns into an artform rarely seen outside the racetrack.
Our new 4-cylinder engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo technology and 301 hp. with 331 ft.-lbs. of torque is a feat of engineering, not to mention a force to be reckoned with. The considerably increased output is due to a bigger turbocharger, a smaller compression ratio to match the increased system charging pressure, and spontaneous power delivery that’s supported by the latest technology in direct fuel injection.
An optimal running temperature for the engine is guaranteed at all times, while speed bursts are accompanied by the striking sound of our new sport exhaust system. While extreme engine output makes itself known through intimidating growls, more relaxed driving remains reserved while richly in tune with the fast lane.
The best traction, agility, and driving stability now comes standard, thanks to AWD that has been comprehensively redeveloped for the new edition. The ALL4 system is interconnected with the DSC Dynamic Stability Control and constantly calculates the ideal power distribution between the front and rear wheels. If the DSC controller detects a danger of slip, within a fraction of a second the clutch will transfer drive torque to the rear wheels to maintain stability.
Our completely redesigned sport brake system can withstand deeply intensive use thanks to optimized engineering and coolant ducts that achieve high stability. Plus, readjusted suspension and damping systems, DSC Dynamic Stability Control and electromechanical steering are precisely oriented towards extremely agile driving. This baby was born to run.
Our Motorsports Heritage
In 1959, the Classic Mini was a quirky newcomer and an unlikely track contender. But F1 builder John Cooper looked past the tiny package to its incredible balance, wide stance, and quicksilver handling. The result: MINI dominated 1960s racing, winning Monte Carlo four years in a row.
Daytona. Dakar. Monte Carlo. Rally or track, dirt or asphalt, MINI’s race teams are conquering the competition. For over 50 years, John Cooper’s name has stood for racing performance and victory. We like to think we’re doing him proud.MINI MOTORSPORT