Mini John Cooper Works Convertible and hatchback will receive an update in 2019December 20, 2018
MINI has announced an update for its “charged” model John Cooper Works in the body of a convertible and a hatchback. Starting in March of next year, the company is going to update the equipment of the models in order to meet the Euro 6d-TEMP eco-standard.
MINI is an integral part of the European automotive market. And despite a slight drop in sales (about 2% in the first nine months of 2018), the model range, as well as its equipment, will be actively updated. The first update for the MINI will be the release of a more environmentally friendly modification for the convertible and hatchback Mini John Cooper Works in the spring of 2019.
So, in March there will be a version with the environmental standard Euro 6d-TEMP. To do this, the company modifies the exhaust system, which will receive a particulate filter. However, the company made every effort that the power of the car, and even the exhaust sound remained unchanged. The former two-liter turbo engine develops and will develop up to 230 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque.
In addition, the company announced the release of a new package of visual options, which will include an updated grille with black glossy bezels, LED optics, as well as additional decorative elements with a black glossy finish.
“The particulate filter is now an integral component of exhaust gas cleaning technology on all MINI gasoline engines,” the company said.