Mini John Cooper Works convertible set for Geneva motor show
The Mini John Cooper Works Convertible means performance in every sense. You do not have to worry about your graph calculators; the enthusiasts can now have a better driving experience. Mini is going to launch the John Cooper Convertible at the much hyped Geneva auto show next month. It is also going to be the World’s fastest small cabriolet. The maximum speed at which the vehicle can run is 146 mph that is believed to be just two miles slower than the hatch version. It can accomplish the speed from zero to 146 mph in merely 6.9 seconds.
There is certainly going to be no compromise when it comes to the performance part of it and it contains the same 1.6 litre of twin turbo engine that is usually found in the Mini S models as well as the Mini Challenger racer cars. The unit is pitted at the 211 hp that can break down up to 132 hp per litre. The John Cooper Works can also get the exclusive speedometers that can run to 160 mph. The dimension of the alloy wheels can measure up to the 17 inches and the tires can run flat and the exterior body is adorned with the Works aero kit. There are also extra-large discs that provide the braking and also have the upgraded Brembo callipers.