Mini John Cooper Works previewed in camo, keeping gas performance alive

Mini John Cooper Works preview

This is a terrific sneak peek, as Mini recently released a batch of photographs showing it in race mode and sporting a light covering of camouflage. We have already seen the electric John Cooper Works version of the two-door hardtop Mini, but this is the gasoline-powered version.

Many design components seen here, such as the grille, front lower side vents, rear bumper, and more, should make their way into the production car, which Mini promises will be revealed this fall. Although the grille is new, it appears similar to the front end of the previous Mini Cooper JCW. Nonetheless, it retains the new design and minimalist vibes of the 2025 Mini, which we have seen in less-sporty variations. 

The automobile you are looking at is coated in red and white camouflage, a nod to the red and white color schemes employed in the 1960s for Minis in motorsport. It also features a “37” badge to celebrate the Mini Cooper S’ triumph (a car-wearing 37) in the 1964 Rallye Monte Carlo.

Because Mini has discontinued manual transmissions, anticipate this JCW to sport an automatic combined with an upgraded version of the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine seen in the previous model. It should also have a sportier interior similar to the current Cooper’s. All of the specifics will be accessible before the end of the year, but for now, enjoy these photographs as a sneak peek at what is to come.

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