Mini Cooper

MINI John Cooper Works GP

MINI John Cooper Works GP

John Cooper Works massaged the MINI Cooper into its most bonkers variation yet, a 2.0L turbo 306 hp little monster that goes 0 to 60 in 5 seconds, and tops out at 165 mph, all while handling like an oversized go kart. It’s got a giant roof spoiler, upgraded cooling, a lowered suspension, brakes, lightweight wheels and more.

2020 MINI Cooper SE

2020 MINI Cooper SE

A new variant of the MINI Cooper that runs purely on electric power. Its front-wheel motor cranks out 181 hp, and its battery offers a range of roughly 124 miles. Like other MINIs, expect go kart-like handling, possibly even more so thanks to the battery pack’s low center of gravity. We rather dig the funky new wheel design too.

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Swind E Classic Mini

Swind E Classic Mini

The Swind E Classic Mini is a fully restored classic Mini that’s married to Swindon Powertrain’s 80kW electric motor setup. It goes up to 80mph and has a range of 125mi. As a bonus, the lack of a gas tank means it has extra space in the trunk. Limited to 100 units.

LEGO Mini Cooper

LEGO Mini Cooper

LEGO follows up the VW Camper with a model of another classic car, the Mini Cooper. It’s made of over 1,000 pieces, some of which have never been made before. It comes with a picnic basket, blanket and a spare tire. Available 8/1 for $100.

Mini Cooper Backflip: Part 2

Mini Cooper Backflip: Part 2

Mini finally shares full footage of rally driver Guerlain Chicherit completing a backflip in a custom John Cooper Works Mini Countryman. Be sure to watch it til the end. More on the stunt here.

Mini Cooper Backflip: Part 1

Mini Cooper Backflip: Part 1

Rally Driver Guerlain Chicherit attempts to pull off the world’s first unassisted backflip in a car, driving a John Cooper Works Mini Countryman. You’ll have to wait to see him land, though. Damned marketers.

Jet-Powered Mini

Jet-Powered Mini

Ah, one of life’s great questions… What would happen if you put a jet turbine engine from a helicopter into a Mini Cooper. Uh. This. More footage of this good little car gone bad here.

Mini Cooper Ski Jump

Mini Cooper Ski Jump

The Top Gear guys do their darnedest to get a 20 year old Leyland Mini to fly further than a professional skier off of a ski jump. Short attention span? Jump to 8:30 for the reveal.

Mini Paceman Concept

Mini Paceman Concept

No, we don’t mean Mini Pac-Man. Mini’s 208-hp AWD coupe concept looks like a Countryman with 2 doors ripped off. More details to be revealed at the Detroit Auto Show in January.

Mini Cooper Camden Edition

Mini Cooper Camden Edition

The Camden 50th anniversary package not only involves cosmetic upgrades; it also makes the Mini speak. The engine, climate and coach each have their own voices and can even talk to each other.

Mini vs. Porsche 911

Mini vs. Porsche 911

A couple of weeks ago, Mini USA president Jim McDowell challenged Porsche to a race between the Mini Cooper S and the Porsche 911 Carrera S. Watch the video to find out which car won the race.

2011 Mini Countryman

2011 Mini Countryman

The Mini just bulked up. Set to debut in the US next year, the Mini Countryman is 161.3 in long and has a wheelbase of 102.2 in, combining space and flexibility with the classic Mini look.

8-Bit Mini Coopers

8-Bit Mini Coopers

The Cool Hunter’s been busy, with both Transformer and Space Invader skate parks on the way; still, our favorite project is a pair of Mini Coopers decked out in neon 8-bit livery.

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Mini Cooper JCW WC50

Mini Cooper JCW WC50

The Mini Cooper’s JCW World Championship 50 edition is official: limited to 250 cars, each sports a Cooper F1 green and white colorway, Challenge alloy wheels and carbon fiber bits.

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