MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 Charming Design – MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 has a reputation to date. John Cooper Works was originally started by Michael Cooper, the son of racing car royalty and creator of the original Mini Cooper, John Cooper, and now owned by the parent company Mini, BMW. The John Cooper Works Convertible is the culmination of a new Mini Convertible range that also includes Cooper and Cooper S, both of which were launched in Australia earlier this year.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 has a 2.0-liter two-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine, the most powerful in Mini production and produces 170kW between 5200 and 6000rpm and 320Nm from 1250 to 4800rpm. That’s 10 percent more power and 23 percent more torque than the previous John Cooper Works Conversion. It works in conjunction with a six-speed automatic sports transmission, but if you like, a six-speed manual transmission remains available. The MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 has a tuned suspension of a single-coil front axle and a multi-link rear axle and a sturdy ride in sport mode, no doubt about it.
The MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 delivers a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift, new 18-inch JCW wheels, dynamic damper controls, tacho and dental information on the head-up screen, an 8.8-inch screen with navigation, digital radio, front parking and parking assistance and a combination of Dinamica sports chair fabric with integrated headrests.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 with this charming design has a length of 3874mm, width of 1727mm, and height of 1415mm with 2495mm wheelbase and 1485mm track width. There are new aerodynamic elements that are integrated into the exterior styling including air-intake where fog lights should be, and they blend with the honeycomb design of the grille which also features a red signature horizontal line.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 gets Brembo sports brakes, JCW sport exhausts, performance controls, driving mode, running flat safety tires, 12 Harman Kardon sound system speakers, rear-view camera, LED headlamps and daytime running lights.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 with a roll-over protection loop behind the rear seats has been discarded for an invisible ‘invisible’ rollover protection system that spreads in about 150 milliseconds of oval-shaped extrusions that look very much like speakers. The windshield frame has also been reinforced to help protect residents in rollover events and there are four airbags.
The interior of the MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 with a clear circular Mini theme, and there are many suppositions to the legacy of John Cooper Works in the cabin, from the delicate touches like plaid details around the infotainment system to the badging John Cooper Works. The door frame features the John Cooper Works logo as well, the sports pedal is stainless steel and the steering wheel has a hollow leather and red contrast stitching.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 sports seats are amazing, with good shape and support and can be adjusted manually. Dinamica takes the Mini in Alcantara and it adds a touch of luxury, though the sides of the fabric are trimmed which is a strange couple.
For comfort and convenience the MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 has cruise control, dual-zone climate control, rain sensing wipers, LED interior lighting, Bluetooth connectivity with streaming audio and 8.8-inch monitor with touchpad controller. Head-up display shows speed, navigation information, phone and audio details, and engine speed. MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 has parking assistance and auto start / stop as well.
The four-seat MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 now offers more space at the rear than its predecessor, with 36mm more shoulder room, 112mm more elbow room and 36mm more knee room. The rear seats are split to allow an extra cargo space of approximately 215 liters and there are three cup holders at the back, with one positioned behind the center armrest.
MINI John Cooper Works Cabrio 2018 Charming Design