July 19, 2015

MINI John Cooper Works at Brands Hatch

By fashitect In Cars, United Kingdom

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MINI John Cooper Works Car Specification: 

-acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.3 secs

-2.0-litre 4-cylinder spark ignition engine

-Characteristic sports car flair in the interior

-Exclusive JCW sports seats & bonnet stripes

-6-speed Steptronic sports transmission

-fuel consumption according to EU: 6.7 l/100 km, CO2 emissions: 155 g/km

-fuel consumption and CO2 levels in conjunction with automatic transmission reduced by approximately 20 per cent to 5.7 l/100 km and 133 g/km in the EU test cycle

-central instrument display & car key in model-specific design

-electromechanical power steering with Servotronic

-Aerodynamically optimised body design with large cooling inlets

-Available colours: Black, red, Green, Grey

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It’s the return of the Iconic vehicle to have wheeled to the land’s of England. The MINI John Cooper Works is the newest of them all, testing the MOST POWERFUL MINI EVER at the Brands Hatch Race track. Imagine formula one meets a roller coaster ride, driving so fast that your camera photos capture nothing but motion. Being in the passenger seat whilst Mission Impossible, stunt driver Niki Faulkner takes the wheel. Buckled up for the ride of my life, sweaty palms at the ready (even though I was in the hands of the professional), going beyond camera speed limits and drifting around hill tops. I’d like to embrace that it would have been possible being in the fast & furious Tokyo Drift, casted as an Asian with style. Being under 25 and yes older than your driver’s licence age limit, for those in which think I may be under 18 still, unfortunately I was as close as posing in the car on this occasion. Pretty convincing isn’t it, dressed up in leather in the hottest day of London heat waves, 35degrees to be precise? None the less, you’re in for few rides this month, the beginning of ”Fashitect goes furious -The movie”.

Assistant Photographer: Mark Mcglynn

In partnership with Mini Cooper & Brands Hatch Race Track.

www.Mini.co.uk

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