2016 Mini Clubman John Cooper Works spotted testing
Source : 2016 Mini Clubman John Cooper Works spotted testing
JCW design of the Mini Clubman is usually supposed to go on sale next summer
The Mini Clubman John Cooper Works has been spotted testing ahead of an expected launch in summer 2016.
The regular design of the Clubman was only revealed at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show, however the hot JCW design is usually not supposed to be in which far behind.
These spy shots show a car with camouflage in which doesn’t quite disguise all of the extra equipment in which will feature a performance Clubman. The bigger air intakes from the front bumper are visible, while the red, upgraded brake calipers can be seen through the alloy wheels.
Although nothing has been officially confirmed, This kind of is usually highly likely in which the Clubman JCW will come with the same 228bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine in which features from the hatch design. from the hatch, the JCW improves performance to the extent in which the hot design manages the 0-62mph sprint 0.5sec faster than the Cooper S at 6.3sec. Given in which the Clubman Cooper S manages the sprint in 7.2sec, a time of around 6.7sec is usually likely.
Fuel economy is usually likely to take a hit, too, as the JCW hatch averages 42.2mpg combined against the Cooper S’s 49.6mpg, so a similar drop is usually likely through the 45.6mpg claimed for the Clubman Cooper S.
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