Blogger crashed rare sports crossover immediately after purchaseJuly 17, 2020
MINI John Cooper Works GP is the most powerful crossover in the history of the British brand, which has been produced since the end of last year. It was such a car that the popular YouTube blogger Pog bought himself, but his joy was short-lived – he crashed a new car on the first day. The whole process of “destruction” of the car was captured on video.
It all started with the YouTuber being so excited about the purchase that he didn’t wait long to test the car’s capabilities. Having unpacked it, he immediately began to test the car with his friends right in his yard – around the house, on the lawn. But after a few minutes or hours of exciting adventures (it is not known exactly how much time has passed), the happy owner damaged the car and even managed to turn it over.
However, there is no need to talk about the driver’s complete inexperience in this case – probably, Pog wanted to shoot the most vivid video for his channel, and resorted to extreme driving. And the video really turned out to be spectacular, but perhaps the blogger did not expect such an ending of his “test races”.
The video itself lasts more than 20 minutes, as for the moment of the accident, it can be seen at 9 minutes. By the way, the recording was carried out not only outside by operators, but also inside the car – using several on-board cameras.
MINI JCW GP is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbo four with 306 hp. and 450 Nm, which is mated to an 8-speed Steptronic transmission. The car can accelerate to 100 km / h in 5.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 265 km / h. Hot-cross began to be produced only from the end of last year, in total 3,000 copies of the model will be produced.
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