The new electric Mini received a design previously intended for the wildest models. It will travel up to 402 kilometers.

Those who expected the typical hum of a tuned engine and a shot of the exhaust from the new Mini Cooper SE in the JCW version will be disappointed – the iconic John Cooper Works brand is now being taken over by a design and sporty cut version of the already well-known SE design. It has an output of 160 kW and 330 Nm of torque, thanks to which it accelerates to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds.

The JCW design differs from the “classic” by a differently designed front and rear – of course in a sporty cut. At the front, we find a new John Cooper Works logo with a checkerboard motif, a glossy black “radiator” mask frame, a dark Mini logo, a spoiler and stripes on the hood, the wheels are eighteen inches and ten spokes. Red brake calipers can be admired behind them.

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A diffuser has been added at the back, the roof is finished in a contrasting color and the red mirror covers complete the overall impression. For the front LED lights, you can set a special JCW light signature in the form of two horizontal stripes. Inside, we find JCW seats with synthetic leather upholstery and red stitching, the black and red motif is also found on the door panels with a checkerboard motif. If you want to treat yourself to a more action-packed ride, activating the Go-Kart mode turns the display and interior lighting an anthracite red, the setting also activates a more dynamic synthetic sound and sharpens the throttle response.

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The comfort equipment includes parking assistant Plus with 12 sensors and four surround cameras for searching for free parking spaces, you can also park the car remotely via your smartphone in Explore mode. Let us recall that the car has a battery with a capacity of 54.2 kWh, supporting fast charging of up to 95 kW. If you drive to a charging station via navigation, the Mini tempers the battery to speed up charging in cold weather.

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The original Mini was a British icon of the 1960s. In the eighties, the production of the original Mini was discontinued, and in 1994, the brand belonging to the Rover Group came under BMW.

In 2001, a new generation appeared in the form of the Mini One and sporty versions of the Cooper.

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