The British company MINI will present it at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a super-expressive prototype called the John Cooper Works GP Concept. The machine was created in honor of the victory of the rally in Monte Carlo in 1967.
The car bounces with its aggressive looks, and it differs significantly from all MINI cars. On the front of the prototype is a large splitter and grille of the radiator with a network of red accents. The front fenders of the concept hatchback are expanded, and the ventilation lid is also visible. The model has 19-inch alloy wheels with red and black shades, as well as aerodynamic rear-view mirrors made of carbon fiber. There are also major changes in the rear, which is also significantly expanded, and the exhaust system has two nozzles.
Because the MINI John Cooper Works GP is designed as a competing version, its interior is pretty bad. The enerie has a roll bar and two sports seats. There is also a digital dashboard, as well as a large screen. For now, the British do not reveal the technical characteristics of the prototype, but are firmly convinced that they have a high performance aggregate that gives an incredible sense of driving.