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MINI At Frankfurt Motor show 2017

MINI was at Frankfurt motor show 2017 last week & announced 2 Concepts the MINI Electric & the John Cooper Works GP.

Debuting at the Frankfurt Auto Show is a MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept which will act as a sort of vision for a new race car for MINI. From the outside, this MINI GP Concept is one of the gnarliest, coolest MINI racers we’ve ever seen. The massive wing, fender flares that also double as aerodynamics and lower front splitter with air intakes, show that this MINI means business on the track. It uses 19-inch alloy wheels, while the LED rear lights display half of the Union Jack, a nod to the car’s British origins.

Inside, the concept has a roll cage and pair of low-mounted bucket seats. Gearshifts are by paddles on the steering wheel. With its roll cage, fire extinguisher and racing seats show that this is a proper race car.

The concept also uses lightweight materials including carbon fibre, which MINI said optimizes the power-to-weight ratio

Inside, the concept has a roll cage and pair of low-mounted bucket seats. Gearshifts are by paddles on the steering wheel. With its roll cage, fire extinguisher and racing seats show that this is a proper race car.

The concept also uses lightweight materials including carbon fibre, which MINI said optimizes the power-to-weight ratio


MINI Electric

The new MINI is based on the standard three-door model in the company’s current range. The design of the MINI Electric Concept stands out with a hexagonal radiator grille and circular headlights. Identifying features include the vividly contrasting silver and yellow colour scheme reminiscent of the earlier MINI E, as well as the distinctive E badge.The new MINI is based on the standard three-door model in the company’s current range. The design of the MINI Electric Concept stands out with a hexagonal radiator grille and circular headlights. Identifying features include the vividly contrasting silver and yellow colour scheme reminiscent of the earlier MINI E, as well as the distinctive E badge.

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

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